Verizon Will Offer the Google Pixel for $10/Month, Tomorrow

It's the Holiday season, which is the busiest and most lucrative time of the year for carriers like Verizon. And the largest carrier in the country isn't holding back. Beginning this Friday, you'll be able to trade in a working smartphone, and potentially get a flagship device for free, after monthly credits. Now, as is the case with most trade ins, not every device will net you a free Galaxy S7 or Moto Z Droid. But if you trade in a flagship in great condition, you'll get your hands on a Galaxy S7 Edge for free, which is a pretty sweet deal to say the least.

Now this isn't all that Verizon has in store for customers this Friday. If you'd rather sell your old phone on a place like eBay, Craigslist or even Swappa, you can still do that and get a great deal at Verizon. They are offering some of their best-selling smartphones for just $10/month. That includes the Google Pixel, Moto Z Droid and even the iPhone 7. That also includes no money down. What this means is that you can pick up these three smartphones for just $240 after 24 months. That's a great deal, and it matches the prices that Verizon offered during Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Verizon also notes in their press release that you can also order a smartphone from them that is backordered and be able to still take advantage of this sale. Those smartphones that are backordered will ship as soon as they are available - which could be after Christmas, depending on the device. Verizon also has a slew of great accessories available for your new smartphone. These include things like the Daydream View, Google Home, Fitbit Charge 2 and many more.

Customers will be able to take advantage of these deals both in-store and online beginning tomorrow, December 16th. If you've been looking to pick up a Google Pixel at a decent price, this is definitely a deal to take advantage of. As this makes the device about a third of the price of what it is normally priced at and what Google is currently charging for it.

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