BEDMINSTER, NJ — Verizon Wireless' [FREEUP] prepay wireless service is clearly the better way to prepay with its new simplified pricing, extended expiration dates on prepay cards, the advantage of using Mobile to Mobile minutes and with Verizon Wireless' nationwide network, [FREEUP] customers can affordably call from virtually anywhere. Given its appeal to young adults, [FREEUP] also reinforces the important money management values parents hope to instill in their teens while helping young people make responsible choices about their wireless usage.
Starting August 1, 2002, customers who sign up for [FREEUP] receive new simplified pricing of $.30 per minute for weekday minutes and $.15 per minute nights and weekends. In addition, new [FREEUP] customers will have the benefit of [Mobile2Mobile] pricing to talk to any of the 30 million Verizon Wireless customers at $.15 a minute anytime. These new rates do not vary by replenishment value.
With longer expiration times that can extend up to 120 days on higher value replenishment cards [FREEUP] customers can make their money last longer and go further. Customers who sign-up for service starting August 1, 2002, are also eligible for a $30 mail-in rebate or a $50 [REUP] card with the purchase of a Kyocera 2135 digital phone. Pair up with a friend or family member and purchase two Kyocera 2135 phones, to receive a $50 mail-in rebate or a $75 [REUP] card per phone. A $15 [SETUP] card is included with purchase. For more information on Verizon Wireless' [FREEUP] services and handset options, visit http://www.verizonwireless.com.
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