While T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint have been discounting their services since the un-carrier war started, Verizon has kept its prices close to original. However, the price wars are heating up, Verizon is now offering some new deals that make Verizon Wireless service or some smartphones cheaper.
Verizon is selling the Samsung Galaxy S4 for $99 and when you buy one you get one free along with the $100 bill Credit with a new two-year activation. Samsung Galaxy S 4 models are backorderd, you can order it with free devlivery later.
Other Verizon deals with a new two-year activation are.
- Verizon also is offering free Droid Ultra with a $100 bill credit.
- Verizon also has an online-only offer free iPhone 4S with a $100 bill credit.
- Another new Verizon Exclusive, for introductory price of $99.99 is the 8" LG G Pad (ends 3/10) tablet.
- The Galaxy S4 BYGO free deal can be turned into four free phones when combined with $200 in credits.
Subscribers to Verizon's FiOS triple-play bundle of FiOS Internet, TV and home phone service. Verizon four-plex customer get a $10 off their wireless bill and $10 off the FiOS totaling $20 a month or a $480 off for two years, the promotion runs through April 19.
Recently, AT&T introduced a family plan with 10 GB of shared data for two lines of service for $130 a month or $160 for four family members.
AT&T will give a $100 credit with a new tablet with a two-year until agreement until March 15.
Similar with a $100 credit and two-year agreement for AT&T include: