Verizon is offering Apple, Samsung, Google, and Motorola 5G phones for free – The Tech Outlook

Verizon is an American multinational company that brought an amazing offer to the market that came as a shock to everyone. This fantastic offer is only for the people living in the US.

Apple iPhone –

Verizon is giving away various models of iPhone for free; this offer includes iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 12 pro, iPhone 12 pro max, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone SE (3rd Gen), iPhone 12, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone X, iPhone 11 pro max, iPhone XR, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XS max, iPhone 8, iPhone XS, and iPhone 13.

Samsung –

This offer is applicable to some of Samsung’s high-end phones. Verizon is giving away Galaxy S20 ultra, Galaxy S20 5G UW, Galaxy A03S, and Galaxy S20 FE 5G.

Google and Motorola –

Verizon is offering Google Pixel 6a, and Motorola moto g pure in this offer.

All the mentioned phone comes with a condition that these phones are purchased with an EMI option for 36 months.

While purchasing any of the above-mentioned phones, user has to select any one of the following plans –

  • 5G get more – This plan includes unlimited 5G ultra-wideband, home internet savings. 5G get more plans comes with the perks like Verizon cloud with storage of 600 GB, Apple Arcade or Google Play pass, and up to 50% off on a watch, tablet, hotspot, or Hum plan.
    All these are at the price of $90/month.
  • 5G play more – This plan also includes unlimited 5G ultra-wideband, home internet savings, and includes perks like Apple arcade or Google Play pass, Hulu, Disney +, or ESPN Plus.
    All these perks are at a price of $80/month.
  • 5G do more – If the user chooses this plan, then they will get 5G ultra-wideband, home internet savings, and perks like Verizon cloud with storage of 600 GB, up to 50% off on a watch, tablet, hotspot, or Hum plan, and this plan will cost $80/month.
  • 5G start – Verizon offers unlimited 5G to the user who chooses this plan. There are no additional perks on this plan and will cost $70/per month.

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