Verizon Edge Making it Easier to Upgrade and Experience Verizon’s 4G LTE Network

Customers enjoy no activation or upgrade fees with Edge

By on May 26, 2015

Upgrading to a new smartphone has never been simpler with changes coming to the Verizon Edge program.  Beginning May 31, Verizon Edge customers can upgrade at any time after their prior Edge device is paid in full.

More and more customers are choosing the benefits and the savings available from Verizon Edge.  Qualified customers still pay nothing toward the Edge device at time of purchase, and the amount financed under Edge is spread across 24 months, interest free. Verizon Edge customers can also receive a monthly line access discount on the MORE Everything plans - $25 less on the monthly line access for on plans with 6GB and higher, $15 less on plans with 4GB and lower.

“The value of Verizon Edge, including lower monthly line access, is quickly making it the option of choice,” said Nancy Clark, senior vice president – Marketing and Sales Operations, Verizon. “More than 50 percent of Verizon Wireless customers now choose the simple and flexible Verizon Edge payment program when activating or upgrading smartphones.”

Monthly device payments offer customers access to the latest technology on the nation’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S6 with HD Voice and video calling ($599.99 full retail) is only $24.99 a month. The LG Lancet ($120 full retail) is only $5 a month. Customers can upgrade at any time once the device is paid off.  And once the device is paid off, customers can do with it as they choose.  They can recycle their old device for an account credit, donate it to Hopeline to help stop domestic violence, or give it to a friend or family member to activate.

Verizon Edge is available for postpaid smartphones, basic phones, tablets and the latest devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S7.

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