Verizon tossing in a free GB of data with new phone activation or upgrade on MORE Everything Plan

Verizon tossing in a free GB of data with new phone activation or upgrade on MORE Everything Plan
Verizon customers on the MORE Everything plan, who purchase and activate a new phone, or upgrade to a new handset, will receive an extra 1GB of data each month to use at their heart's content. The 1GB of data will be given out free each month for two years, as long as the phone remains active. There are some caveats, of course, so let's get to them. To get the free 1GB of data, the customer must already be signed up to a MORE Everything plan, receiving at least 1GB of data each month.

The free data is the icing on top of the MORE Everything cake, which already includes free NFL Mobile (just in time for the new season), more cloud storage, and access to Verizon Educational Tools.

So what can you do with that extra 1GB you will receive each month? Verizon has put together a list. You can watch 10 hours of NFL Mobile, or view your favorite movie, like The Departed, twice. Other ideas include listening to 90 minutes of streaming music, or visiting the internet 2000 times.

Just the other day, the nation's largest carrier announced a new $60 monthly deal for single line users, that includes unlimited talk, unlimited text and 2GB of data. Sign up for Verizon Edge, which allows you to pay off your new phone monthly, and save $10 a month. That would bring your monthly cost to $50. Once 30 days have been completed, and you've paid off at least 60% of the cost of your phone, you are allowed to upgrade to a new model.

source: Verizon via WPCentral

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