While laying out a pretty ambitious 5G network expansion and upgrading plan that nonetheless left T-Mobile largely unimpressed, Verizon unveiled a few weeks ago how many Ultra Wideband-compatible smartphones it has managed to sell so far.
Verizon is “breaking the rules”… for a change
Remember this old fella? Verizon ‘members.
Meanwhile, the typically trustworthy publication claims an age-old Samsung Galaxy S7 will net you $400 in bill credits regardless of how badly damaged it might be. On top of that, Verizon plans to keep its current port-in deal alive, giving you an extra $200 or $300 e-gift card for Android devices and iPhones respectively if you’re also willing to bring an existing number from a different carrier over to Big Red.
Obviously, you’ll have to be a new subscriber to combine these awesome deals and save a small fortune without jumping through too many hoops or meeting a lot of special requirements. Said conditions do include opting for a “select” Unlimited plan, and by applying your discount to your account as promo credits over a period of 24 months, Verizon is essentially making sure you’ll stick around at least that long.
Everyone can get in on the fun
In a nutshell, Verizon is drawing the line at that type of damage, so don’t even think of sending in some raggedy old device with a swollen battery.