Visible is a new "digital carrier" that launched last year. Since its launch, the service has only been compatible with iPhones, but that'll be changing soon.
Visible has announced that it'll begin running a beta test for Android devices this month. No other details on Visible's Android compatibility are available quite yet, but with just a couple of weeks left in January, we should hear more soon.
Tired of hearing us say Android compatibility is coming? this tweet to get notified when Beta rolls out in January. pic.twitter.com/qxHAiKmtwk
— Visible (@visible) January 3, 2019
Included with Visible service is unlimited talk, text, and data on Verizon's network, all for $40 per month. Data speeds top out at 5Mbps and video streams at 480p resolution. Visible also notes that "during early access", customers will get mobile hotspot usage as well.
One of the major aspects of Visible is that everything is done using the service's app. That includes signing up for service, getting customer service, and paying for your service, which can be done using a credit or debit card, PayPal, or Venmo. That makes Visible appealing for folks who like to do everything digitally. And soon, Android users will get the chance to see what Visible and its app-based account management are all about.
What do you think of Visible? If you've got an Android phone, will you check out Visible when its Android compatibility goes live?