With all of the brand new devices coming, so are the deals. To better help you navigate Verizon Wireless’ cell phone deals, we’ve compiled a list of the best Verizon deals available as of March 30, 2020.

Best Verizon Phone deals:


#1 Verizon Deal

Google Pixel 4 Deal: Save Up to $1,220

For a limited time, Verizon is offering a great BOGO deal on the Google Pixel 4! Here’s what you have to do:

  • Buy two Google Pixel 4 or Pixel 4 XL devices on monthly payments.
  • Add one of the phones as a new line on one of Verizon’s Unlimited plans.
  • Receive $800 in monthly credits to your bill!

On top of that, you’ll get a $150 prepaid Mastercard for each phone (that’s another $300 in savings), as well as free subscriptions to Verizon Stream TV and YouTube TV (one month—another $120 value).

Pros: 

  • Verizon has the top network in the country.
  • Save on Google’s latest and greatest smartphone.

Cons:

  • Verizon’s unlimited plans are amongst the most expensive on the market.
  • You may not need (or want) two new phones right now.

#2 Verizon Deal

iPhone 11 BOGO: Save Up to $1,120

If you’re an Apple fan, you’ll want to take advantage of this BOGO deal. When you buy two iPhone 11 devices and add one of them as a new a line on Verizon Unlimited, you’ll get $700 back!

And for switching to Verizon Unlimited, you’ll get another $150 for each phone on prepaid Mastercards, as well as free YouTube TV (one month) and Verizon Stream TV. You save $120 on those streaming services.

Pros: 

  • Need we say more about Verizon’s superior 4G LTE network?
  • The iPhone 11 is Apple’s latest and greatest device, with the most sophisticated cameras to date.

Cons:

  • You’ll need to buy two phones to take advantage of the biggest deal.

#3 Verizon Deal

Samsung Galaxy S20 Deal: Save Up to $1,570

If you were thinking of trying out a Samsung Galaxy phone, now’s the time: Get an instant discount of $200 off any Galaxy phone, no strings attached!

Plus, Verizon is pulling out all the stops for Samsung’s brand new 5G flagship series, the Galaxy S20. Right now, when you purchase the Galaxy S20+ and add any other Galaxy phone to your cart, you’ll get $750 off, plus ANOTHER $200 back! Just make sure to purchase the phones on monthly payments add one of the phones as a new line on an Unlimited plan.

Lastly, for switching to Verizon Unlimited, the carrier is offering yet more savings—$150 for each phone on a prepaid Mastercard ($300 total), plus Verizon Stream TV, 6 months of Hatch gaming, and one month of YouTube TV for free (a $120 value).

Pros:

  • Great discount on one of the most sophisticated smartphones to date.
  • Awesome entertainment features bring this deal up a notch.

Cons:

  • You may not need or want to purchase two phones.
  • Verizon’s unlimited plans are amongst the most expensive on the market.

#4 Verizon Deal

BYOD to Verizon: Save $250

This Verizon deal gives you a $250 prepaid Mastercard when you switch to Verizon, bring your own phone and keep your same phone number.

Pros:

  • This offer is flexible and allows you to get a discount on the phone of your choosing.

Cons:

  • Not as steep of a discount as other deals.

#5 Verizon Deal

Free iPhone 7: Save $350

ONLINE ONLY! You can get the iPhone 7 32GB for $0/month when you buy it on monthly installments. Or, if you prefer to buy your phone upfront, you can save $350 off the full retail price, which seems like the no-brainer choice since it’s free!

Pros:

  • You get an iPhone for free.
  • Verizon has the most 4G LTE coverage in the country.
  • You don’t have to add a new line, which many of the other deals require.

Cons:

  • The iPhone 7 is an older iPhone and may not fulfill all the needs of tech-savvy consumers.

#6 Verizon Deal

Discounted Motorola Moto Z4 and Samsung Galaxy A50: Save $240

Get the Moto Z4 for only $5/month or the Samsung Galaxy A50 for just $10/month when you opt for monthly payments and add a new line. Verizon’s installment pricing lasts 24 months, so you’ll only pay $240 total for either device.

Pros: 

  • Very cheap phone options for budget-minded customers.

Cons:

  • Again, you’ve got to add a new line on unlimited, which may defeat the purpose of going for this discount.

#7 Verizon Deal

LG BOGO: Save Up to $1,260

For a limited time, you can save $840 when you buy two LG G8 ThinQ or V50 ThinQ 5G devices on monthly payments and activate a new line on an Unlimited plan. And you’ll get another $150 per device on a prepaid Mastercard just for switching to Verizon Unlimited!

If you don’t need two phones, you can still save a good chunk of change. Trade in a qualifying smartphone, add a new line on Verizon Unlimited, and get up to $300 back in monthly bill credits. Combine this discounts with the $150 prepaid Mastercard and free subscriptions to YouTube TV (one month) and Verizon Stream TV, and this is a pretty rad deal!

Pros:

  • Verizon’s network has the most coverage in the nation.
  • Big savings on a quality device.
  • Fun entertainment features.
  • Verizon’s 5G network is also the fastest of the bunch.

Cons:

  • You may not need two devices or have a phone to trade in.
  • Verizon’s unlimited plans are fairly expensive.
  • 5G access is currently pretty limited, so you may not be able to take full advantage of the phone’s capabilities.

#8 Verizon Deal

Free Android Devices: Save $144

Get the Alcatel AVALON V, Motorola E5 Play or Samsung Galaxy J3 V 3rd Gen. for free when you add a new line and purchase the device using Verizon’s 24-month payment plan. No trade-in is required, and there is 0% interest on the installment plan.

Pros:

  • Great for someone who needs a new device for $0 and isn’t picky about which one.

Cons:

  • These devices don’t have features that are going to wow you.

Let’s Talk’s list of Verizon deals and promotions are updated every week. Verizon deals may have requirements for customers, such as signing up for new wireless plans, purchasing cell phones with monthly payment plans, switching from different carriers, or trading in devices. Unlike some cellular carriers, all Verizon devices come unlocked for use on any CDMA network, so no code is required to program them for use with competing companies. According to RootMetrics, Verizon ranks at the top of the list for its reliable coverage above AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.