iPhone 7 Black Friday Sale 2016: Verizon vs T-Mobile vs Sprint; Which Offers The Best Deals?
After telecommunications rivals T-Mobile and Sprint released their iPhone 7 promos on the Black Friday Sale earlier this week, Verizon has announced that it is back with a new iPhone 7 deal. After announcing a great Google Pixel discount a few days ago, the American mobile service provider promises to give consumers a one-of-a-kind deal.
Trade Your Old Smartphone For A New iPhone 7
According to BGR, American consumers can now avail the iPhone 7 without having to cash out. In Verizon's press release, owners of the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge Plus, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Note 5, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, LG V20, LG G5 and Moto Droid Turbo 2 can trade in their old devices for a new iPhone 7 for $0. That's excluding the fees for the mobile carrier's subscription. The current promotion lasts until Cyber Monday.
Verizon is one of America's biggest network service provider and is ranked by RootMetrics as the nation's number one service provider since 2013. The network has 142.8 million subscribers as of July 2016, making it the largest telecommunications provider in the United States of America.
Verizon's Other Black Friday Deals
Aside from getting the iPhone 7 for $0, Verizon also announced different deals for their loyal customers. In its official website, subscribers can now avail of the following promotions: A chance to get a $200 Visa prepaid card when you switch to Verizon and purchase a smartphone on device payment. The promotion is valid for up to four lines and you can get back as much as $800 by switching to four lines. The promo is valid until Sunday.
You can also get big savings when you switch to Verizon, save up to $200 off on all Android smartphones with a $400 or more price tag. Existing subscribers can get $100 off when opt in to upgrade their smartphones. You can learn more on their official deals on a link from their twitter promotion below.
Right now, get our best deal ever: FREE iPhone 7, Pixel, or Samsung GS7, PLUS $800 to use any way you want. https://t.co/xgAwup23dw
— Verizon (@verizon) November 24, 2016