Verizon has Apple's iPhone 11 Pro on sale at a huge discount
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While Apple stopped selling 2019's iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max immediately upon unveiling the 5G-capable iPhone 12 family a few months ago, the same was obviously not true for the top US wireless service providers and major retailers like Best Buy or Walmart.
Even better, a barrage of killer deals and substantial discounts ensued, and although most of these had plenty of strings attached, several pre- and post-holiday promotions were simply too good to turn down when taking everything into consideration. But if you somehow resisted Verizon's previous price cuts, the market-leading carrier is back today with an absolutely mind-blowing special offer.
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If you hurry, you can shave a massive 640 bucks off the $1000 regular price of the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro, meaning you'll end up paying a measly $360 for the entry-level 64GB storage variant in your choice of silver or green hues (the gold and space gray options are currently listed as out of stock on Big Red's official website).
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Naturally, you'll have to meet a couple of key requirements (and did we mention hurry and pull the trigger as soon as possible?) in order to score the full discount. Namely, you need to open a new line of service and said line has to include unlimited data, setting you back at least $70 a month (if you're an entirely new Verizon customer).
Speaking of monthly payments, you don't necessarily have to opt for a lengthy installment plan, but your savings will be applied to your account as bill credits, so if you do, you'll basically spend $15 or $12 every 30 days for two and two and half years respectively instead of $41.66 or $33.33.
While the iPhone 11 Pro is obviously not quite as powerful as its 5G-enabled successor, its specifications clearly remain unrivaled in the sub-$400 segment, including a beautiful Super Retina XDR OLED display, versatile triple rear-facing camera system, awesome battery life, fast charging capabilities, and of course, speedy Face ID recognition technology.