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June 13, 2018

Best Verizon Wireless Deals of June 2018

by John_A

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No matter what T-Mobile says, you can actually find some pretty great deals on Verizon.

Verizon Wireless has some of the largest coverage for customers in the United States, and although T-Mobile likes to continually poke fun at the carrier for having high monthly rates, there are actually some really solid deals to be found if you know where to look.

You can typically find quite a few deals being run by Verizon at any given time, but if you only want to look at the best of the best and don’t have time to sift through the garbage, that’s where we come in.

These are best deals on Verizon Wireless right now.

Buy one top Android phone, get another for free!

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As awesome as flagship smartphones are, their high prices are a pain in the butt — especially when buying more than one at the same time. Thankfully, Verizon’s got you covered no matter what you’ve got your eye on.

Right now, you can buy one flagship phone and get another one for free or with a heavy discount — no trade-in required. This promotion is available for the Google Pixel 2/2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+, LG G7 ThinQ, Galaxy Note 8, and more.

The one caveat to this deal is that you’ll need to add one new line of service in order to be eligible, but assuming you need to add another line to your account or are looking to switch to Verizon, this is a great offer.

See at Verizon

Save up to $100 on popular smartwatches and fitness trackers

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After you buy a couple new phones, you’ll probably want to pair them with some new wearables. Believe it or not, Verizon’s offering up savings here, too.

Some of the discounted wearables include:

  • 16% off Fitbit Ionic (final price $250)
  • 20% off Fitbit Charge 2 HR (final price $120)
  • 83% off Fitbit Alta leather band ($final price $5)
  • Save $100 on Gear S3 w/ purchase of any new Android phone

See at Verizon

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Take $200 off the Galaxy Tab S3 w/ purchase of an Android phone

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Android tablets may not be all that popular these days, but if you’re in the market for one, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is one of the best you can buy.

The Tab S3 is still pretty expensive on Verizon with a price of $599 on a two-year contract, but you can take $200 off when purchased with any Android phone.

That brings the tablet down to just $399, and while still not cheap, is a heck of a lot more affordable.

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Buy the Moto Z2 Play for only $5/month

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Motorola’s Moto Z2 Play isn’t the best Android phone ever made, but it is a reliable, mid-range handset that comes with a lot of possibilities thanks to its accompanying Moto Mod system.

Verizon usually sells the phone for $17/month with 24 monthly payments, but right now you can pick it up for just $5/month. There’s no trade-in required to get this deal, but you will need to add a new line of service.

See at Verizon

Updated June 2018: Added new deals for June!

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