Verizon's list of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals is packed with big discounts on great devices
official inventory of Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargains at the nation's largest wireless service provider, whether you're in the market for a hot new or slightly older iPhone, a high-end Samsung handset, a 5G-upgradeable Motorola, a smartwatch, a tablet, and even a new Fios subscription.There's practically something for everyone listed in the
iPhone 11 discount with eligible iPhone trade-ins that can be combined with a $400 prepaid card offered for qualifying number port-ins. Meanwhile, the 2018-released iPhone XS Max will be 600 bucks cheaper than usual for new customers switching their carriers, with a free Apple Watch added as an extra deal sweetener via monthly bill credits.Some of the best deals will only be available Friday, like a $400
Network switchers will also be able to score a gratis Galaxy S10e/Galaxy Watch combo without having to trade anything in, while Verizon's "best Samsung phones" have a discount of up to $750 on the way for port-ins and new Unlimited plan activations. If you miss out on these sweet Black Friday special offers, you can get 50 percent off a state-of-the-art 1TB Galaxy S10+ on Cyber Monday (December 2) with absolutely no strings attached.
"Black Friday weekend" promotions will include a 5G-capable Moto Z4 fetching just $5 a month for two years with a new line of service and $150 off the high-end Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. Other "select tablets" will be marked down by 100 bucks for the "rest of the holiday season" as long as you don't have a problem signing up for a device payment plan and settling for savings in the form of monthly bill credits.
Finally, Verizon is offering new Fios customers a choice between a complimentary pair of Galaxy Buds and a $100 Visa prepaid card, with another $100 Visa prepaid card added in for folks looking to upgrade to a costly gigabit plan. Big Red is also advertising its 12-month Disney+ freebie as a Black Friday and Cyber Monday promo, but naturally, that's nothing new.