Verizon Giving Users 2GB LTE for next 3 Months, to sign up for Go90

This year, Verizon finally unveiled their over-the-top mobile video service, in Go90. Which is one of the bigger reasons that the company bought AOL earlier this year. For their video content as well as their ad business. Go90 is now available and has some pretty awesome content available. And now, to entice Verizon customers to use Go90, they are offering everyone 2GB of data for the next 3 months to sign up for Go90.

The service was available in beta form back in September, and was made available for everyone in October. Verizon hasn't said how successful it's been just yet, and we likely won't know unless it's doing really well. It's essentially Verizon's way of cashing in on all of the video being viewed on mobile devices these days. AT&T is also said to be coming out with a video service soon as well. It's a nice platform, but we'll have to wait and see if it materializes into anything.

To get the extra 2GB of data for the next three months, all you need to do is install the Go90 app, then sign up. The free data should hit your account shortly there after, and once it does you can then uninstall the app and keep the extra data. Since the data can be used for anything, and not just streaming on Go90, you don't need the app installed to keep the data, luckily. You will get a text message stating you received the free data, and you should see it in your account around that same time. Verizon says that the extra data is available for those on the MORE Everything plan and The Verizon plan. To get all of the specifics for this promotion, you'll want to hit up the source link down below.

Lately, Verizon has been giving out loads of data. Just recently they gave out 2GB of extra data for the next 12 months to customers, and now here's another chance to get an additional 2GB of data. Maybe Verizon is starting to see that the aggressive tactics of T-Mobile and Sprint are truly working.

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