The iPhone 12 was 2021’s best-selling smartphone and is still a hot selling smartphone today- motly because it is cheap and has all the qualities a premium phone should have. It is powered by the A14 Bionic chipset which still performs at par with the best smartphones in the market today. It was the first standard iPhone variant to feature an OLED display, with Apple finally getting rid of the traditional LCD displays. The iPhone 12 underwent a major design as it arrived with a new flat design, resembling Apple’s old iPhone 4S.
The iPhone 12 is originally priced at $599, however it can be yours for free. You don’t even have to trade-in your old smartphone to avail this offer. You just need to pick a new Verizon unlimited data plan to grab this deal. All you have to do is pay a one-time charge of just $35 for activating a new device on the Verizon network for 36 months.
Verizon’s unlimited plans start at $70 a month for the basic 5G plan where you get 5GB 5G data and unlimited 4G data, and go up to $90 a month for the truly unlimited 5G experience with no data cap. You will also have to maintain the Verizon contract for a period of 36 months or else you will have to pay the full retail price of $599 for the iPhone 12. The offer is also valid on other variants of the iPhone 12 though you will have to pay installments of $1.38 per month for the 128GB variant and $4.16 for the 256GB variant.
First, visit the Verizon website here.
Choose the smartphone you wish to purchase, select the internal memory and colour option.
Select the device you wish to trade-in. You can up to $800 as trade-in value.
Opt for a new line.
Click on continue and select a new user.
In the next screen you will need to enter your Zip code and confirm the location.
Next, choose any of the available unlimited plans and proceed to make payment.
Once done, your iPhone 12 will be shipped to you.
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