Get iPhone 12 for FREE with this unlimited Verizon plan
Want the iPhone 12 without spending $699? Get it for free on Verizon with an unlimited plan. Check out this amazing Verizon deal below.
You can get the iPhone 12 for FREE! You do not need to pay the hefty $699 price of the iPhone 12. iPhone 12, which was the best-selling smartphone of 2021, can be yours for free. You don't even have to trade-in your old smartphone to avail this offer. But there's a catch. You will have to pick a new 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. The base 64GB variant of the iPhone 12 is originally priced at $699.
However, with this Verizon deal, you can get it absolutely free by subscribing to Verizon's unlimited plan which starts at $70 a month and goes up to $90. 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 $699 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.
How to get the iPhone 12 for free with Verizon
First, visit the Verizon website.
Choose the internal memory and color option.
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 soon.
iPhone 12 Specifications
The iPhone 12 has a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display with 2532×1170-pixel resolution, 460ppi pixel density, and HRD support. The device is powered by an A14 Bionic chipset paired with a 2,815mAh battery that supports up to 20W fast charging. The iPhone 12 packs 4GB RAM and up to 256GB internal storage.
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