Verizon Wireless Offers Free Phones When You Switch to Verizon Unlimited


Proving true to its promise, Verizon Wireless has unveiled its new Verizon Unlimited plan early today. But apart from just launching the new unlimited plan, Verizon has also announced that they will be giving away free phones. If you’ve been thinking about switching to a new carrier, Verizon’s offer might just be the one for you.

When you sign up with the new Verizon Unlimited plan, you can can either trade in your device to get a new device for free. But if you’re willing to pay $5/month, you can choose from one of the hottest devices Verizon has included in the offer. All it takes is to bring your phone number, sign up for the plan, and then choose your device.

Verizon is currently offering these devices under this promotion:

  • Apple iPhone 7

  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus

  • Google Pixel

  • LG V20

  • Moto Z Droid

  • Moto Z Force Droid

  • Samsung Galaxy S7

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

The devices that you may trade in for this exclusive offer include the following:

Free Trade-in:

  • Apple iPhone 6

  • Apple iPhone 6 Plus

  • Apple iPhone 6S

  • Apple iPhone 6S Plus

  • Apple iPhone 7

  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus

  • HTC 10

  • LG G5

  • LG V20

  • Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

  • Samsung Galaxy S7

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

  • Samsung Note 5

$5/month Trade-in:

  • Apple iPhone SE

  • HTC M9

  • LG G4

  • LG V10

  • Samsung Note 4

  • Samsung Galaxy S5

As earlier reported, Verizon’s new Verizon Unlimited plan includes unlimited 22GB of data, talk and text for only $80 with paper-free billing and AutoPay. If you wish to get more lines, it will be $140 per month for two lines and $160 per month for three lines with the same inclusions. For four lines, the cost will be $45 per line; which will lead to a total of $180 per month. You can still add more than four lines, which will already be $20 per line per month. A total of 10 lines are eligible.

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