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Verizon Offering BOGO Deals for Mother's Day

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Mother's Day is fast approaching and Verizon has something lined up for customers looking to buy a new phone.

Last week, Verizon offered BOGO deals on flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2 XL, and the Apple iPhone 8. The offer gave a free second device once customers purchase a phone and subscribe to a 24-month payment plan.

Now that Mother's Day is coming, Verizon has extended this BOGO offer to two other devices: the LG V30 and the Motorola Moto Z2 Force Edition. This means that you can get your hands on two of these models:

  • Google Pixel 2
  • Google Pixel 2 XL
  • LG V30 
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Force
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8
  • Samsung Galaxy S9
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+
If you decide to go for this offer and get one of these devices, you will need to get the phone on an installment plan. After this, you will get the second phone credit through 24 monthly bill credits. The condition is that you need to remain a Verizon customer throughout the 24 months. 

Verizon is also offering a free iPhone 8 64GB when you purchase the iPhone X. There is no required trade-in for this offer. If you decide to get an iPhone with monthly payments, you'll receive a $25 discount on an Apple Watch Series 3. The extra $10 monthly line access charge for the first month will be waived upon activation. 

If you've been planning to get one of these phones, you might want to check out Verizon's Mother's Day promotion


Source: PhoneArena

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  1. Bill credits? HAHAHAno.

    I'd rather get 2 unlocked E5 Pluses for half the price of even one flagship.

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  2. i thought the "big four" got rid of two year contracts? this sounds like a contact to me

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    1. There is no obligation to continue, no etf if you stop service. The "penalty" is not getting any remaining bill credits so your "etf" is paying more for the "free" phone if you leave before 24 months. Some people just don't shop around and jump carriers (not PPPN typical reader probably) so staying on VZW is not a burden that resonates with them.

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    2. Basically they spread your phone cost payment across 24 months, figuring you'll stay with them and pay for service that long. You can pay off the phone cost balance and stop service anytime without penalty - unlike the old contracts.

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  3. Just don't buy Mom a ZTE phone for M-Day. ZTE is shutting ALL smartphone production since they can't by Qualcomm parts or Google Mobile Services for 7 years.

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    1. ZTE is probably the top selling phone maker for MetroPCS and Boost Mobile for low income customers. Best Buy also has been selling ZTE phones in the $20 - $50 range for several years and their performance and reliability has been excellent. This ZTE ban will not increase sales of iphones or samsung overpriced phones but will make the reseller market of ZTE larger

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    2. People shouldn't be so selfish. ZTE illegally sold gear to North Korea and Iran, contrary to UN sanctions. They paid a $1.2B fine when caught, then lied about punishing the responsible employees as promised. Instead they rewarded them.

      This illegal business helped two rogue countries, who spread terrorism, assassinate 'enemies,' torture people to death (Otto Warmbier) and build nuclear weapons that would be used to blackmail other countries.

      Poor people are patriots too. I'll bet the vast majority do not feel entitled to cheap Chinese phones sold by corrupt, dishonest companies.

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  4. T-Mobile has a BOGO on iPhones starting tomorrow. $700 rebate for the second iPhone, prepaid MasterCard up front. You can use Tmo 1 or Simple Choice plans.

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    1. How long to get rebate? I assume you will need to keep both lines on service until rebate process's? Are you saying buy 2 iPhones $1400, walk out of store with both phones & $700 prepaid MasterCard in hand, no obligation to start service or if must start service can cancel service that day?

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    2. Tmo also has BOGO on LG V30 and $150 off the Galaxy S8.

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    3. T-mo iPhone deal requires port in and phone trade in and EIP. Galaxy S4 looks like the cheapest trade in allowed. Its "up to $700" so YMMV there also. Soso offer I guess.

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    4. "Who is eligible for this offer?
      New or existing T-Mobile customers who purchase an Apple iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, or X on EIP, trade in a qualifying device and port in a number to a voice line on a qualifying plan will qualify for a rebate off the retail price of the phone of equal or lesser value, PLUS customers will also receive the value of the trade-in device as a one-time store credit applicable towards their bill or additional purchases. Rebate value is up to $700 via Prepaid MasterCard® card."

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    5. Link to tmo iPhone deal

      https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-37478?

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    6. A working Galaxy S4 only costs $50 on Swappa.

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  5. verizon
    "Buy & get iPhone 8 64 GB on us. One new line required.
    Up to $1149.99 device payment purchase per device required. 2nd phone of equal or lesser value: less $699.99 promo credit applied to account over 24 mos w/in 1-2 billing cycles; promo credit ends when balance paid or line terminated/transferred; 0% APR. New line of service required." So once again existing customers are essentially left out because of the new line of service requirement

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  6. Currently have 2 existing lines of service with Verizon post pay, how do existing customers get around the new line of service clause while still hanging onto odd phone number.

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    1. Port out the number to Google Voice, etc., while opening a new line with Verizon?

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