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ACER D250 Netbook

I recently purchased the Acer AspireOne D250 Netbook. I would like to be able to access the Internet wireless only occasionally. I understand Verizon has a "Prepaid" service which I would like to try but cannot find any information regarding what is required for this service and if the Acer D250 is compatible and how to install the sytem. I have searched the Verizon Support Site but cannot find any reference to my Acer D250. Can someone give me this information please? Thanks.


Re: ACER D250 Netbook

Features of the Verizon Wireless Prepaid Plans:

  • No long-term contract required. No credit check. No deposits.
  • Daily, Weekly or Monthly payment options. Pay for what you need.
  • Pay with credit/debit card, refill card, or Verizon Wireless gift card.

Prepaid Mobile Broadband

Data Allowance2
(sending and receiving)




For expirations, day = 24 hours, week = 7 days, month = 30 days.

1Prepaid Mobile Broadband usage is not available on any PC cards. Only available on Express-Cards, USB modems, Intelligent Mobile Hotspots and Mobile Broadband Built-In on select notebooks/netbooks.

2Once Prepaid Mobile Broadband allowance or expiration is reached, any session that is in progress will end and any content that is being sent or received may be lost.

You can find additional information by following this link: