Buy any iPhone 12 from Verizon, get a second one free

Buy any iPhone 12 from Verizon, get a second one free


iPhone 12
Save up to $800!
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Verizon is now offering a brilliant buy one get one free deal on all iPhone 12 models. Simply purchase one and open up a new line with an Unlimited service plan to get a second handset for absolutely nothing.

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It’s not easy to find great deals on iPhone 12, given that Apple’s newest smartphone lineup has only been on the market for just over four months. But Verizon’s gives anyone a great reason to upgrade.

Bag any iPhone 12 model today and get a second absolutely free — saving you up to $800.

Buy one get one free on iPhone 12

The deal is available on iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. All you need to do is purchase one device on an Unlimited plan, and you’ll get another with its own line for free.

Verizon offers up to $800 off that second model, so as long as the iPhone 12 configuration you choose is worth less than that, you won’t pay a penny more for the additional handset.

Prices start at just $29.16 a month over 24 months for iPhone 12 mini, while the larger iPhone 12 can be yours from $33.33 a month. iPhone 12 Pro also starts at $33.33 a month, but with a longer 30-month contract.

Don’t miss out

This is a limited-time deal and Verizon doesn’t tell us when it will end, so be sure to take advantage of it soon if you’re interested. And don’t miss these offers on must-have iPhone accessories:

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