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Verizon Finally Cuts Prices For BYOD Customers

by Jacob Kleinman | April 14, 2014April 14, 2014 10:00 pm PDT

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Verizon will finally offer discounts when you bring your own device starting on April 17, the company announced today. The new deal will cover any customers signing up for the carrier’s More Everything contracts as well as existing customers who move to the new plans.

The carrier’s new offer means you can save a bit more on Verizon’s contracts. If you’re signed up for 8GB of data or less per month, you’ll save $10 per month when you bring your own device. Anyone paying for 10GB of data or more will be saving $25 per month instead. These discounts apply to new customers and existing subscribers looking to add a new line, though you’ll need to bring a smartphone that works on Verizon’s network.

Today’s news finally brings Verizon in line with most of its competitors, which already offer similar discounts for customers who supply their own smartphones. Starting this Thursday you can take advantage of the deal by visiting the My Verizon website or heading to a local Verizon Wireless store. If you’re interested you should act quickly since Verizon says it will only offer the discount for a limited time.

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Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...


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