Add a new smartphone with monthly device payments to your cart.
You must be a new customer or an existing Verizon customer adding a line to your account.
When prompted, click “trade in old device.”
You will be taken to the device trade-in page to appraise your old phone, which must be linked to the number you’re transferring to Verizon.
Enter the number you want to switch to Verizon.
When you receive your new phone, activate it. Your number will transfer over and your old contract will end.
Within 5 days, you’ll receive a box to return your old phone.
Send us your old phone in good working condition.
Claim your offer.
Gather the following information before you get started: the final bill from your old carrier, the email with your order confirmation and trade-in details and the promo code 54-456. To redeem the offer, visit vzw.com/switch.
Receive your prepaid card.
If you had an outstanding balance for your old device, you’ll receive up to $650. Or if you just paid an early termination fee, you’ll receive up to $350.
Verizon is #1 where it counts the most.
According to RootMetrics©, the largest independent third-party tester of wireless network performance, Verizon is #1 in speed, data, reliability and overall network performance in the U.S.
And after 3,851,608 tests, 239,941 miles driven, and 6,607 indoor locations tested, you can safely say they’ve done the research to prove it.See the report
Rankings based on the RootMetrics US National RootScore® Report: 2H 2015. Tested with best commercially available smartphones on four national mobile networks across all available network types. Your experiences may vary. The RootMetrics award is not an endorsement of Verizon. Visit www.rootmetrics.com for more details.
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Verizon has ranked #1 in network performance satisfaction for 33 consecutive quarters, based on analysis of the latest data from Nielsen.
That means for eight years running, customers have been happier with Verizon’s network performance.
Based on Verizon's analysis of Nielsen’s Mobile Insights survey data, which uses respondent's self-reported rating (1 to 10 scale) of network quality satisfaction with their carrier. The underlying source data is an estimate based on a national survey of 90,000 quarterly mobile phone users between Q1 2007 and Q4 2015.