Get Verizon's Pixel, iPhone 7 or S7 for $10/month with trade-in deals

Verizon is running one of its trade-in promos that allow you to get its best phones for $10-$20 a month, depending on the eligible trade-in. It's a perfect way to swap old for new, and comes in handy if you want to ditch your 2015 flagship for a 2016 one like the Galaxy S7, iPhone 7 or Google's Pixel

Such a swap brings the price of those three puppies down to $10/month, or $240 over a 24-month period. Furthermore, if you trade in a 2014 flagship, the price per month goes to $15/month for those, while retro trade-ins like the iPhone 5 or the Galaxy S4 will let you get an iPhone 7, Pixel, or S7, for $20/month, which is still pretty good, given that those typically go for around $27/month, plus you get rid of your old phone. All in all, Verizon will give you $200-$400 credit for your old phone, provided that it is in good working and cosmetic condition, which you can use towards a shiny new flagship, which makes the offer a good alternative to Craigslist where your phone will net a similar amount if you sell it yourself.

source: Verizon

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