Verizon Goes Nuts This Weekend Doubling iPhone and Samsung Phone Storage for FREE (& More)

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Big Red is going to have a big sale this weekend. Verizon wireless has several intriguing offers that kick off and end on the weekend of December 19th. One of the offers will allow you to "double" your storage when you buy an iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus. Verizon is basically letting customers who purchase a new 64GB iPhone 6S or 64GB 6S Plus upgrade to the 128GB version at no extra charge.

They are also offering something similar for folks who buy any of Samsung's flagship smartphones, including the Samsung Galaxy S6, the S6 Edge, the Note 5 and more. As long as you are choosing a 32GB version of one of these devices you will get the 64GB version at no extra cost.

There's still more... you can also get up to 50% off these Samsung devices when you trade in your old smartphone and switch or add a new line (with some restrictions). These are the biggest values in their sales event, but there are still more to check out.

Here's a link to peruse all of Verizon's holiday offers: Cell Phones, Smartphones & the Largest 4G LTE Network - Verizon Wireless
 

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Man they just don't offer anything good for current customers.... I know they are already getting my money but unless they offer something to keep me by the first week of January we are moving on....
 

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Man they just don't offer anything good for current customers.... I know they are already getting my money but unless they offer something to keep me by the first week of January we are moving on....
I agree all these new deals and offers are for new customers or if you add a line. Best Buy is doing the $1 iPhone offer, but that's only 16GB.

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I understand the promotions offered to attract new customers.... But damn, they literally offer NOTHING to current, long-time customers. A little data here or there for a year? Big deal.

I'm waiting for my 6P to be delivered and may move to Fi or T-Mo.
 

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I understand the promotions offered to attract new customers.... But damn, they literally offer NOTHING to current, long-time customers. A little data here or there for a year? Big deal.

I'm waiting for my 6P to be delivered and may move to Fi or T-Mo.
I have my business lines with Verizon. My personal is with Project Fi.

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When Verizon comes out with new deals, I always consider them, until I navgate their site and realize how ridiculously expensive they are. . .
 

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When Verizon comes out with new deals, I always consider them, until I navgate their site and realize how ridiculously expensive they are. . .
I agree, I'm considering Sprint right now. I'm just concerned about how the service will be when traveling. AT&T wants to lock you in too long before upgrading.
 

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I agree, I'm considering Sprint right now. I'm just concerned about how the service will be when traveling. AT&T wants to lock you in too long before upgrading.
In AT&T's defense, I use them for work and it's extremely rare that I don't have coverage. I travel an area of approximately 300 miles, and haven't had much of an issue. Granted, their data isn't as fast as Verizon, but they've been very reliable.
 

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In AT&T's defense, I use them for work and it's extremely rare that I don't have coverage. I travel an area of approximately 300 miles, and haven't had much of an issue. Granted, their data isn't as fast as Verizon, but they've been very reliable.
I just don't want to be locked in that long.

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It's an awesome deal for those in need of a new device and are willing to go contract...
 

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I understand the promotions offered to attract new customers.... But damn, they literally offer NOTHING to current, long-time customers. A little data here or there for a year? Big deal.

I'm waiting for my 6P to be delivered and may move to Fi or T-Mo.
Man they just don't offer anything good for current customers.... I know they are already getting my money but unless they offer something to keep me by the first week of January we are moving on....

They just don't need to until your contract comes due...
 

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I understand that but we have been out of contract for 1 year and 1 week.

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And they didn't offer you anything when you went off contract?
 

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Not on a old unlimited data package. On the new size's packages if you are out of contract on your phone they will drop the access charge for $40 a month to $20 a month.
 

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I agree, I'm considering Sprint right now. I'm just concerned about how the service will be when traveling. AT&T wants to lock you in too long before upgrading.

Not true. You have 3 no money down options, and one 30% down option.

Next 12 is a total of 20 payments, with a 12 month trade-in, no money down
Next 18 is 24 total payments, with an 18 month trade-in, no money down
Next 24 is a total of 30 payments, with a 24 month trade-in, no money down

And Next 12 w/Down Payment is a total of 28 payments, upgrade in 12 months, and 30% down on total device price.

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