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Verizon Offering To Pay Up To $650 Towards Your ETF If You Make The Switch

Verizon Wireless Everything To Know Before Subscribing
Verizon Wireless Everything To Know Before Subscribing

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Verizon Wireless is offering to pay your early termination fee, up to $650 if you're willing to make the switch over to its network.  Paying your ETF is a pretty common ploy that carriers use to try and gain subscribers.

In order to qualify for this promotion users must end their existing contract, port their number to Verizon, buy a new LTE smartphone with a payment activation and trade in their current phone in good and working condition.  New subscribers will then get their ETF reimbursed by way of a prepaid card for the installment plan balance minus the device trade in value.  Subscribers must keep the new line active for a minimum of 6 months before porting back out.

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Additionally, customers who signup for or upgrade to Verizon's XL or XXL plan will receive an additional 2 GB of bonus data per month for each phone for as long as the line remains active on either plan.  The XL and XXL plans include 12GB and 18GB of data for $80/month and $100/month plus taxes and fees respectively.

This promotion is for a limited time only.

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Verizon is also running another promotion ending on 12/31/2015.  Free overnight shipping and waived activation charges available online only.





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