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Best Buy Verizon Wireless Deals

Verizon phone deals have never been better. Whether you're after a flagship from Apple or one of the best cheap phones available, Verizon has great promotions, freebies, and trade-in schemes to sink your teeth into this month.

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There are plenty of solid discounts on the latest phones for new and current subscribers as well as anyone who wants to switch to a new network. From iPhone deals to the latest Samsung Galaxy S23 deals, here are the best Verizon phone deals you can get right now.

Plus, make sure to read our guide to this week's best Verizon promo codes for more ways to save on your next purchase. Or you can check out our guide to the best Visible deals. The Verizon-owned network offers unlimited 5G plans for $30/month and $45/month.

iPhone SE 2022: free w/ unlimited + new line @ Verizon (opens in new tab)New and existing members can get a new iPhone SE 2022 for free when you open a new unlimited line. That's $429 off and one of the best Verizon deals we've seen. No trade-in is required for this deal.

Galaxy S22: up to $800 off w/ trade-in @ Verizon (opens in new tab)Verizon is taking up to $800 off Galaxy S22 purchases when you trade-in your old phone and sign up to any unlimited data plan. Existing customers can also get up to $700 off with an eligible trade-in and on select Unlimited plans. It's one of the best Verizon phone deals we've seen.

Galaxy S21 Plus: up to $1,000 off w/ trade-in + unlimited @ Verizon (opens in new tab)Verizon is offering one of the best Galaxy S21 Plus deals we've seen. For a limited time, you can get up to $1,000 off your S21 Plus purchase when you trade in an old (or damaged) phone and sign up for a Verizon unlimited plan. Plus, switch from a competing carrier and you'll get an extra $1,000 credit. Existing members will get up to $700 off with Verizon's 5G Get More plan or up to $440 off with other data plans.

You'll find all of this week's best cell phone deals neatly rounded up and compared right here on this page. We've included everything from the latest Apple flagships to humble entry-level Android devices - and, plenty of choices in the middle so all the bases are covered. Looking for a new plan? Want a discounted unlocked device? You'll also find cell phone deals that cover all carrier types here so you can easily compare and find the right promotion for your specific needs.

iPhone 14 Series: up to $1,000 off with trade, plus free iPad and Apple Watch at Verizon (opens in new tab)One of the best cell phone deals we've ever seen is back again this week at Verizon, with the chance to bundle in a free Apple Watch SE and 9th gen iPad with most iPhones. This stacks on top of the usual trade-in rebates of up to $1,000 that you'll find on the latest iPhone 14 series for some exceptional value. While you'll still need a pricey unlimited data plan here to be eligible for this promotion, the freebies alone are worth over $500 so it's well worth considering this one. See this same deal on the iPhone 14 Pro (opens in new tab) and iPhone 14 Pro Max (opens in new tab).

Apple iPhone 14 Pro & 14 Pro Max: up to $800 off w/ trade-in and unlimited plan at AT&T (opens in new tab)AT&T's cell phone deals on the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max have been paired down slightly this week to feature a trade-in rebate of up to $800 - down from the record of $1,000 off. Even though this isn't the best deal we've ever seen from this carrier this promotion is still worth considering if you're interested since it'll take a significant chunk off the overall cost. See this same deal on the iPhone 14 Pro Max (opens in new tab).

Apple iPhone 13 series: from $10/mo with new unlimited plan at AT&T (opens in new tab)The iPhone 13 is one of the best deals on AT&T right now due to a healthy price cut - a discount that's not tied to a trade-in, either. Right now you can get the basic iPhone 13 for just $10 per month on an unlimited data plan, which is pretty damn cheap compared to the latest models. Similar deals on the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have already sold out on this carrier's website so don't hesitate to pick this one up before it's gone.

If you don't mind switching carriers, you can find many of the best smartphone deals from the big four. The major carriers will often let you split the cost of the phone into monthly payments anywhere from 18 to 30 months, and sometimes longer. The deals they offer frequently cut the price of the phone in half, sometimes even offering the phone for free.

Apple iPhone 12: $699.99 $599, plus up to $650 off with an eligible trade-in at Apple (opens in new tab)Price drop - It's not all about cell phone deals on the newer devices this week. If you're on more of a budget you may want to consider the older (but still great) iPhone 12, which is now a full $200 cheaper upfront versus launch. Surprisingly, Apple hasn't phased out this device yet, which still holds up really well for 2023. It's not quite as powerful as the latest iterations but still features the same basic design, a similar screen, and a camera that can still snap pics with the best of them.

iPhone dealsNot sure which Apple device is for you? If you need a guide to the best prices on the whole range, our iPhone deals roundup is the place to start. You'll find the best offers from all the big carriers right here, as well as the cheapest prepaid and unlocked iPhone deals currently available.

Samsung Galaxy S23 dealsReleased in February 2023, the Galaxy S23 series is Samsung's latest range of flagship devices. superbly powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, refined design, and camera improvements make these devices collectively the best yet from Samsung - although some may have been hoping for a bigger leap from the previous Galaxy S22 range.

Google Pixel 7 deals / Google Pixel 7 Pro dealsThe latest Google Pixel devices on the market. Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro offer relatively iterative improvements over the previous generation but a powerful Tensor G2 chip and upgraded cameras make them compete against the very best from the likes of Apple and Samsung.

OnePlus 9 dealsCheck out this week's best cell phone deals on the latest devices from the well-known Chinese brand OnePlus - the 9 and the 9 Pro. With co-designed Hasselblad camera systems, powerful Snapdragon 888 processors, and gorgeous 120Hz displays, these are a great alternative to the likes of Google, Apple, and Samsung.

From the carriers, the best deals are offered to new customers purchasing a phone and switching to their service (with a new phone activation), however, there are also plenty of trade-in deals, financing deals, discounts and, in some cases, product bundles being offered if you want to stick with your current cellular service provider and simply upgrade your phone.

At face value, this Gateway seems like a great notebook. Not only do you get a very thin laptop with FHD resolution, but it also comes with a reasonably powerful 12th Gen intel i7-1255U, which is excellent for productivity work. Unfortunately, for the $659 price tag, you're missing out on a few features you can find elsewhere for the same price. Take the webcam, for example, which is only 2MP and very much below standards for today's expectations, at least at this price point, and doesn't compete with the best budget laptops on the market. The overall build quality is also not necessarily commiserate with the asking price, although we do appreciate the relatively large 512GB storage, which won't have you reaching for external hard drive deals to supplement it. The Gateway Notebook also comes with a touch-enabled screen, which isn't very common at this price point, so at least it does have that going for it.

Always a reliable option for gamers, the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 gaming laptop is currently on sale at Best Buy. One of the best gaming laptop deals around, you can buy it for $1,100 right now, saving you $550 off the original price of $1,650. If you've been waiting to save big on laptop deals, this may just be the one for you. Here's why it comes so highly recommended.

Verizon\u2019s network is one of the best in the country. Based on our information, it covers roughly 70% of the country with its 4G LTE network, and it delivers the second-fastest 4G LTE speeds. Verizon's 5G network can be found in a bunch of major cities like Los Angeles, Denver, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Miami, and New York. We expect those numbers to change as Verizon rolls out more of its 5G infrastructure." } }, "@type": "Question", "name": "Are MVNOs deprioritized?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Most prepaid, MVNO plans are at risk of being deprioritized. This happens when the network owner (in this case, Verizon) decides to give more bandwidth to its own customers, at the expense of those on MVNO plans. Deprioritized customers will see a reduction in data speeds." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Does AT&T own Verizon?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "No, AT&T definitely does not own Verizon Wireless. Some confusion arose years ago when AT&T acquired a few properties (like Alltel and Unicel) from Verizon in select states. But AT&T and Verizon are competitors, not sister companies." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Who does Verizon share towers with?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "While Verizon has made agreements with other carriers in the past (like AT&T) to share select towers, it isn\u2019t very common. What Verizon usually does is rent or lease its network towers to mobile virtual network operators, which are smaller carriers.\u00a0There are certain benefits (like cheap prices) and drawbacks (slower data speeds) to signing up with an MVNO. You can read our review of the best Verizon MVNOs in the article above." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Does Mint Mobile use Verizon towers?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Mint Mobile does not use Verizon\u2019s network. It uses T-Mobile\u2019s network. This is pretty good news for Mint customers. Even though T-Mobile\u2019s network has worse rural coverage than Verizon\u2019s, it has faster data speeds and a more powerful 5G network." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Does Verizon own a MVNO?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Yes, Verizon owns an MVNO carrier called Visible Wireless. Visible is actually one of our favorite MVNO carriers because it has a simple, affordable, and powerful plan structure that is amazing for single lines and family plans. Plus, you get all of the coverage benefits of regular Verizon plans.\u00a0While it might seem strange that Verizon would own a competing carrier, it actually makes a lot of sense. The MVNO market is growing fast, and customers are looking for cheaper plans (much cheaper than Verizon\u2019s prepaid plans). If Verizon didn\u2019t get in the game itself, it would be missing out on a huge customer base." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Are Verizon phones unlocked for other carriers?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Yes (kind of). Verizon phones on postpaid plans are \u201clocked\u201d for the first 60 days, meaning they only work on the Verizon network. After the 60 days are up, the phones are automatically unlocked so that they can work with other carriers.\u00a0Verizon\u2019s prepaid phones are usually locked for a longer period of time (often 12 months). You can learn more about unlocking these devices." , "@type": "Question", "name": "What carrier is Verizon compatible with?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "If you\u2019re wondering what carriers your Verizon phone is compatible with, the answer is: it depends. Many of the phones Verizon has sold in the past are called \u201cCDMA\u201d phones, which means that they will only work on CDMA networks (Sprint and Verizon) and not GSM networks (T-Mobile and AT&T).\u00a0In recent years phone technology has changed significantly. Thankfully, the whole CDMA vs. GSM thing has mostly gone the way of the dinosaurs. So, if you bought your Verizon phone recently, then it\u2019s probably compatible with every network as long as the device is unlocked." , "@type": "Question", "name": "What network does Verizon use?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Unlike MVNO carriers, Verizon actually uses its own network. So, the short answer is: Verizon uses the Verizon network.\u00a0Now, things can get a bit sticky here. Sometimes, if you cross the border into Canada or Mexico, your Verizon phone may switch to another carrier\u2019s network. This can cause roaming charges (or, if your Verizon plan has international perks, you may be fine).\u00a0Verizon also has several different networks: 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, 5G nationwide, and millimeter wave 5G. These are different generations of mobile technology, 3G being the slowest currently in use and millimeter wave 5G being the fastest. Your phone may switch between these networks, depending on where you are, what kind of phone you use, and what plan you have." , "@type": "Question", "name": "What is Verizon LTE network?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "If you see a little \u201cLTE\u201d icon at the top of your phone screen, it means you\u2019re connected to a 4G LTE network. It\u2019s not just Verizon that has this kind of network. AT&T and T-Mobile also have 4G LTE networks.\u00a0LTE stands for \u201clong-term evolution,\u201d which is just a fancy way of saying that it\u2019s a faster and stronger form of 4G network. So, LTE is a good thing. It\u2019s the best kind of mobile network you can be connected to besides 5G, which is still quite rare across the united states.\u00a0" , "@type": "Question", "name": "Is my phone compatible with Verizon?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "There are several ways to figure out if your cell phone is compatible with Verizon Wireless\u2019s network.\u00a0First of all: is your phone unlocked? Or is it still tied to another network? If you bought your phone with another carrier\u2014like AT&T or T-Mobile\u2014then you might have to unlock it (or get a new phone altogether) before it will work on Verizon\u2019s network.\u00a0But even some unlocked phones will have issues if they don\u2019t use the right phone technology. Many older phones only operate on GSM or CDMA networks. If you use an older phone (anything that wasn\u2019t made in the last five or so years), then you\u2019ll need to figure out which kind of technology it uses.\u00a0If your phone is not equipped with CDMA technology, then it will never work on Verizon\u2019s network." , "@type": "Question", "name": "What are the best Verizon phone deals for existing customers?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Verizon is known for offering some of the most robust phone deals in the industry. The carrier often has buy-one-get-one deals on new iPhones and Samsung\u2019s Galaxies. They will sometimes even throw in a $500+ virtual MasterCard with your purchase.\u00a0But what about deals for existing customers? Unfortunately, Verizon\u2019s tends to offer existing customers a lot less. You can still get some cash towards a new phone when you trade in your old one, but it won\u2019t be nearly as much as you\u2019d get if you add a new line or are a new customer.\u00a0You can learn more about the specific deals Verizon is running right now for existing customers by visiting the company\u2019s deals page.\u00a0You can read our full review of the best T-Mobile MVNO plans to learn more." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Which MVNO is the best?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "There is no consensus on which MVNO carrier is the absolute best, but we do have some favorites. You\u2019ll have to decide which one works best for you.\u00a0Mint Mobile: Mint\u2019s talk, text, and data plans are simple, affordable, and easy to sign up for. Mint uses T-Mobile\u2019s network, which currently ranks number one for data speeds and 5G coverage!\u00a0Visible Wireless: Visible offers a powerful $30 unlimited data plan that\u2019s a great way to get onto Verizon\u2019s network. But it\u2019s even better when you add additional lines with Visible's Bring a Friend code. Your bill can go down as low as $25\/line for unlimited talk, text, and data!US Mobile: If you just want a super-cheap talk and text plan without any bells and whistles, then US Mobile is the way to go. You can get service for as low as $3 a month!" , "@type": "Question", "name": "What is the best alternative to Verizon?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "If you don\u2019t want to pay full price for Verizon cell phone service, but you still want all of the benefits of the Verizon network, then we think that Visible Wireless is the way to go. It offers a cheap and powerful unlimited data plan for $30 a month. That price goes even lower when you bundle up in a family plan." , "@type": "Question", "name": "Why are MVNOs so cheap?", "acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer", "text": "Looking at all of these cheap alternative phone carriers may have you scratching your head. Why are they so cheap? What\u2019s the catch?\u00a0Basically, MVNOs are cheaper than the Big Three carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon) because they don\u2019t have to carry the burden of building and maintaining a whole mobile network. Instead, they just lease the bandwidth from the major carriers and use it to provide cheap service to their customers.\u00a0The drawback to this model is that MVNOs are kicked to the back of the line when it comes to network performance. The main carriers are always going to give their own customers the best data speeds and overall performance on their network. In practice, this means that MVNO customers will often see slower data speeds even when they are in an area with strong coverage.\u00a0Another way that MVNOs cut corners is with extra features and phone deals. Bigger carriers often give you hotspot data, free streaming subscriptions, and other cool perks with your plan. These pricier carriers also tend to offer the best deals on new phones and phone upgrades.\u00a0But, if you\u2019re willing to bring your own phone, miss out on special perks, and deal with sometimes sluggish data speeds, then MVNOs can be an amazing way to save money." ] }] (function(w,d,s,l,i))(window,document,'script','dataLayer','GTM-WG67XFH'); skip to main content Go to AU Edition 041b061a72


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