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Wirefly's deal can get you a $40 credit on your Verizon bill for each 4G LTE smartphone activation

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Wirefly's deal can get you a $40 credit on your Verizon bill for each 4G LTE smartphone activation
Not only does Wirefly offer some sick deals on the latest and greatest smartphones out there, but for a limited time, they have a special promotion that targets Verizon customers that decide to move into a 4G LTE enabled smartphone.

Running through May 24th, Wirefly is currently offering a $40 bill credit from Verizon when you upgrade or activate a new 4G LTE enabled smartphone. The only stipulation is that the promotion is only valid for up to 5 lines, which means that it targets family plans as well. Still, a $40 bill credit for each activated 4G LTE smartphone is generous enough in this day and age. At the maximum, you’ll be entitled to a $200 bill credit on a future wireless bill if you upgrade/activate 5 devices.

Wirefly's deal can get you a $40 credit on your Verizon bill for each 4G LTE smartphone activation
Therefore, if you’re considering making an upgrade to a new device, you ought to check out Wirefly since it’s going to be a win-win situation for you. On top of snagging a great deal on any of their available 4G LTE smartphones, the bill credit will no doubt sweeten things even more. So what are you waiting for? You only have until this Thursday, May 24th, to take advantage of the limited promotion.

source: Wirefly via AndroidGuys

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posted on 21 May 2012, 14:51 1

1. DigitalMD (Posts: 226; Member since: 17 Feb 2010)


Verizon ??? LMAO>>>If you are under 4GB a month, then you are not using the smart in your smart phone. I use it for work and easily do over 500Mb on a work day just checking email and using dropbox and maps. All this BS has nothing to do with network capacity and everything is geared to stream more $$$ out of your wallet. Did you ever hear Verizon advertise that they have the lowest capacity of any of the big three providers??

posted on 21 May 2012, 17:46

2. JC557 (Posts: 1164; Member since: 07 Dec 2011)


As someone out in the field doing forensics I use email, weather, maps, various downloads (many of which are pdf) and then browse the web during down time. My data usage still comes in under 2GB a month with me never exceeding 3.5GB. I'd say I'm using the smart features of the smartphone.

Yes, data prices could be lower and caps more reasonable.

posted on 22 May 2012, 00:35

3. silver0681 (Posts: 18; Member since: 07 Sep 2011)


And this is wirefly giving bill credits it's Verizon giving them RadioShack is also offering same deal. As I'm sure every other Verizon seller.

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