Verizon Edge: It’s Not About Keeping Up—It’s About Staying Ahead

Technology seems to change faster than the seasons. Now you can get the latest mobile devices with no finance charges, upgrade or activation fees.

Wondering how to Edge Up? Longing for the latest devices but still have to wait 12 months before you can upgrade? No longer. With Verizon Edge, you can Edge Up to a new device after 60% of your original Edge device has been paid off—as early as 30 days after your last basic phonesmartphone or tablet purchase under Edge.

Innovation happens overnight

Innovation used to be measured in decades and years. Today, the time between mobile tech breakthroughs is measured in months and weeks. Last year, Verizon’s exclusive Droid brand announced its innovative new camera user interface, just as Samsung unveiled its touchless gestures. The mobile technology game is constantly changing. And with Verizon Edge, you can keep up with the latest devices. It’s more than just a new way to purchase a mobile device; it’s managing the future of your wireless experience. With Verizon Edge, you can get the latest and greatest devices and pay for them over 20 months.

Sign up to change your device

Verizon Edge is an exciting program designed to help you stay on the cutting edge of the latest technology with no hassles, no finance charges and no upgrade or activation fees. What’s not to love? Here’s how it works:

  • Choose the latest device. If approved for Edge, you’ll pay full retail price over 20 months, plus any applicable taxes.
  • Edge Up to a new device as soon as 30 days later as long as you’ve paid off at least 60% of the cost of your Edge device, you can turn in your current device for a new one, starting the process over.

Give the LG G3 a shot. A few months later, try the HTC One® (M8). Need something more compact? Give the Samsung Galaxy S® 4 mini a try. Or, give the Nokia Lumia 2520 a shot, and trade that in for the Verizon Ellipsis™ 7. Then check out the Sony Xperia® Z2 Tablet. It’s not about keeping up. It’s about staying ahead. What are you waiting for? Edge Up. Let us know what you want to see in the future of mobile technology by sharing it on Twitter, using #vzwedge.

This article was written by an author contracted by Verizon’s Your Guide to provide helpful information on wireless technology. The thoughts, opinions and suggestions of the author may not necessarily reflect those of Verizon Wireless.
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