Verizon Takes $200 Off Android Smartphones for Black Friday

Verizon, following behind Sprint and T-Mobile, have just announced their Black Friday deals, that actually start bright and early tomorrow morning. To start things off, they are taking $200 off most Android Smartphones that cost $400 or more, normally. That brings down smartphones like the Moto Z Play down to $208 from $408. And it's a pretty impressive smartphone, with a battery that will last for days.

That's not all Verizon has in store though. When you trade in an eligible phone through Sunday, you can get an iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Lenovo Moto Z Droid, Moto Z Force Droid, Samsung Galaxy S7, and the Galaxy S7 Edge for "free". Additionally, if you switch to Verizon, you can get a $200 Visa prepaid card, for up to four lines. That's giving customers that switch, up to $800 back. As it was announced yesterday, the Google Pixel will also be available for $10/month, and the Pixel XL for $15/month.

When it comes to tablets, you can pick up the new Verizon Ellipsis 10 tablet for $49 with a new two-year contract. The Ellipsis 8 HD will cost you just $79 and the Ellipsis 10 for $99, without a contract. All iPads will be $250 off when you purchase an iPhone as well. Verizon is also discounting a few accessories like the UE BOOM 2, down to $99. The Beats urBeats will be marked down to $49.99 and finally the brand new Fitbit Charge 2 will be $129.99, and you'll get a $25 Visa prepaid card, through a mail-in rebate.

The majority of these deals are good through Sunday, with a few only being good on Thursday and Friday. Remember that these are only good while supplies last, and given how great these deals are, the supplies may not last long. So you'll want to jump on these deals before they are gone. Verizon has a number of great smartphones that are on sale, and it's tough to give up the chance to pick up a Google Pixel XL for free when you trade in a qualifying smartphone. You definitely won't want to miss this sale. And if you've been wanting to jump ship over to Verizon, now is definitely the time to do so.

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