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Existing Customer Deals
ASHSTA1
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I know the BOGO sale is going on right now and it requires activating a new line of service, but are there any phone deals for existing customers that do not wish to add another line? My husband and I are both looking to upgrade very soon and possibly even upgrade to a new tablet.

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boringusername
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ASHSTA1 wrote:

Why doesn't Verizon have any deals for existing customers to promote the longevity of the accounts existing customers have with them?

They do. I just upgraded to a Pixel 2 XL less than 3 weeks ago and got $300 off( $22.91 a month for 24 months ) plus 2 months of YouTube TV and a Google home mini and a Chromecast.

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dexman
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In general, deals that offer discounts on new devices will require the addition of a new line due to the offers are directed, mostly, towards new customers. The company might lose some money up front by offering a discount on the device, but, will recoup it via the monthly phone bill.

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ASHSTA1
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Why doesn't Verizon have any deals for existing customers to promote the longevity of the accounts existing customers have with them? 

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Ann154
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They do have such deals. Some are trade-in deals and other are a certain amount off the cost of the phone without requiring a trade-in or a new line. You just have to watch for them.

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Ann154
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For example, here is one. ASUS ZenFone V | Specs, Pricing, Reviews | Verizon Wireless

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Ann154
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And another. Moto Z2 Play - Transform yours with Moto Mods | Verizon Wireless

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glitchedpixel
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They do, BOGO deals just aren't one of them. Every so often there are promos that everyone with an upgrade qualifies for that takes several hundreds off retail.

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boringusername
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ASHSTA1 wrote:

Why doesn't Verizon have any deals for existing customers to promote the longevity of the accounts existing customers have with them?

They do. I just upgraded to a Pixel 2 XL less than 3 weeks ago and got $300 off( $22.91 a month for 24 months ) plus 2 months of YouTube TV and a Google home mini and a Chromecast.

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vzw_customer_support
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We truly appreciate each of our valued customers, ASHSTA1, and understand the need to get a great deal on a new phone. While the specific offer you mentioned does require a new line of service to be one of the two lines purchasing a new phone, our offers change pretty frequently and vary based on devices. Do you and your husband have a particular model phone that you're hoping to upgrade to at this time? Are your current phones in good physical and working condition?

 

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ascharfv
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Hi,

My wife and I have older iPhones that wqe want to replace.  One of them is too old for any trade-in value.  The other has little value.  Are there any GOOD deals on new iPhones for existing customers?  I hate to have to resort to the trick of porting out a number, getting a new line and then porting the number back in.  I'm thinking of switching carrieres, if I have to resort to that.

Any help?

Alan Scharf 954-288-4809