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Here's how you can save up to $550 on Apple's iPhone 11 (no trade-in needed)

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Here's how you can save up to $550 on Apple's iPhone 11 (no trade-in needed)
Sensing that many customers may not find the world's most popular handset of Q3 2020 so very appealing after the commercial debut of the hot new iPhone 12 family with 5G, Verizon deeply discounted the "standard" iPhone 11 ahead of Black Friday.

Curiously enough, the largest mobile network operator in the US didn't keep the killer deal around for its Black Friday and Cyber Monday festival, instead essentially reviving it today for a limited time. You have until Monday, December 7 to open a new line of service on an Above, Beyond, Do, Play, or Get More Unlimited plan and receive $300 with pretty much no other strings attached whatsoever.

Apple iPhone 11

64GB, Verizon, Various Colors
$299 99
$599 99

Obviously, Big Red will not simply give you that money upfront, applying it instead to your new or existing account as bill credits over a period of two years. At the end of your 24 months with the industry-leading carrier, you'll have only spent $300 on an incredibly popular device normally priced at $600 in its entry-level 64GB storage configuration.

The same $300 discount also applies to 128 and 256 gig iPhone 11 variants typically available for $650 and $750 respectively in a multitude of colors. While a number port-in is not required to be eligible for this excellent price cut, those who are willing to switch from a different operator to a Verizon Do More, Play More, or Get More Unlimited plan will score an extra $250 e-gift card after entering the "VZSWITCH250" promo code at this link here.

That means you can get the iPhone 11 almost entirely free of charge after taking all promotional offers into consideration, including a complimentary year of PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now to "level up your gaming" without spending a dime.

You don't need to trade anything in, mind you, or buy two devices at the price of one, and yes, the iPhone 11 is still pretty great, even though it lacks 5G speeds and its battery life could be better. At $300, this bad boy certainly delivers plenty of bang for your buck, from a blazing fast Apple A13 Bionic processor to a versatile dual 12MP rear-facing camera system and booming speakers.

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