No kidding, Verizon is offering up to $ 1000 off a new phone for your broken trade-in starting April 1st

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Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day, although no one really has the patience for it. However, Verizon’s new trade-in deal starts tomorrow and it’s a bit hard to believe. That’s because the company gives new customers up to $ 1000 for swapping broken smartphones for new ones. That’s right, Verizon wants your dead, cracked, water-damaged phones and it’s giving you money to upgrade to one of the best Android phones out there.

To take advantage of this offer, you can either be a new or existing customer, although the offer is not as robust if you are already on the network. For example, existing customers who trade in for a new smartphone will receive trade-in credit of up to $ 440. That’s still not bad, especially if you’re looking to buy one of the best cheap Android phones out there. New customers porting their numbers will receive trade-in credit worth USD 800 and an additional e-gift card worth USD 200. That would nearly cover the cost of a Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, which retails for $ 1200.

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It is important to note that trade-in amounts depend on the phone model and the condition in which they are in. Plus, users must adhere to one of the best Verizon plans such as: B. Do More, Play More, or Unlimited More. In addition to the cute trade-in deal, new and existing customers can still take advantage of the Disney bundle, which includes Disney +, Hulu, and ESPN +, not to mention how this type of trade-in deal can potentially help reduce e-waste can.

The deal may sound too good to be true, but Verizon assures us it’s not a joke. The offer is only available for a limited time. So take that broken LG G8 out of your drawer and check with Verizon on April 1st to see how much it’s worth.

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