Verizon Wireless announced today an early Black Friday deal that will be available starting Friday, Nov. 19. Verizon customers can add a new 3G Smartphone on a secondary line and receive a credit equal to the cost of adding a line to a Nationwide Family SharePlan. The $9.99 monthly credit for the new line can save you nearly $240 per line over the life of the two-year contract.
"This is an ideal option for customers with a spouse or child wanting to move to a smartphone," said Marni Walden, vice president and chief marketing officer for Verizon Wireless. "The Verizon Wireless portfolio has a host of options from which to choose, including the recently announced Samsung Continuum, the DROID PRO by Motorola or the BlackBerry Bold – all perfectly suited for work or play."
To take advantage of the Smartphones Talk Free promotion, customers will need a Nationwide Family SharePlan starting at $69.99 monthly access for 700 Anytime Minutes and add a $29.99 data plan for each additional smartphone. Customers currently on a Nationwide Family SharePlan may have a total of up to five lines, and receive the promotional credit on each new line that uses a new smartphone. The $9.99 credit expires after 24 months. The offer ends Jan. 7, 2011.
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