Deal: Verizon Offering BOGO Free On Top Smartphones - 1/23/18

Verizon is offering up a pretty sweet buy one, get one free deal through Valentine's Day. Starting today, through February 14th, you can buy one smartphone and get one of equal or lesser value for free. Now there are some caveats to this deal, which include the fact that both smartphones need to be purchased on a device payment plan, you need to add a new line on Verizon Unlimited, and you will also need to trade in your smartphone within 30 days. Verizon notes that the trade-in value will be given to you on top of your bill credits for the BOGO promotion. Finally, both phones need to be from the same manufacturer. So you could get a Galaxy S8 and a Galaxy Note 8 or a LG V30 and a G6.

This is a great deal for anyone that is in need of getting a new smartphone, as you could also pick one up for your significant other for a pretty low price, if not free. This promotion from Verizon does include all of the top smartphones on its network. Including the Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, Galaxy Note 8, LG G6, V30 and many others. Making it a great time to pick one up.

Verizon will be offering up this deal now through February 14th, and it is available online. Verizon does offer up free next-day shipping on all smartphones. It's also important to note that if you decide to cancel service with Verizon, you'll owe the remaining balance on both devices.

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