Verizon Edge: It’s Not About Keeping Up—It’s About Staying Ahead
Technology seems to change faster than the seasons. Now you can get the latest smartphones with no finance charges or upgrade fees.
Wondering how to Edge Up? Longing for the latest smartphones but stuck with your current phone for the next 12 months? No longer. With Verizon Edge, you can Edge Up as early as 30 days after your last basic phone or smartphone purchase.
Innovation happens overnight
The first smartphone appeared in 1993—the IBM® Simon. Part mobile phone, part pager, the cutting-edge device even had a calendar and a calculator. It took just a few years before Nokia debuted the first smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard in 1996. BlackBerry® arrived in 2002, followed shortly by iOS smartphones in 2007 and the Android™ operating system in 2008.
Innovation used to be measured in decades and years. Today, the time between mobile tech breakthroughs is measured in months and weeks.
In just the last year, Verizon’s exclusive Droid brand announced its innovative new camera user interface, just as Samsung unveiled its touchless gestures. The smartphone game is constantly changing. And with Verizon Edge—Verizon’s upgrade program—you can keep up with the latest cell phones. It’s more than just a new way to purchase a phone; it’s managing the future of your wireless experience. With Verizon Edge, you can get the latest and greatest phones, all on an affordable payment plan.
Sign up to change your phone
Verizon Edge is an exciting program designed to help you stay on the cutting edge of the latest technology. Just trade your current phone for a new one—no hassles, no finance charges and no upgrade fees. What’s not to love?
Here’s how it works:
- Sign up, and once you’re approved, you’ll be able to Edge Up in no time.
- Choose the latest device. You’ll pay full retail price, spread out over 24 months, plus applicable taxes at point of sale.
- You’ll get a credit for your activation fee within two billing cycles.
- Edge Up as soon as 30 days later as long as you’ve paid off 50 percent of the device’s retail cost. You’ll just turn in your current device for a new one, starting the process over.
So go for it and change your smartphone history. Give the new LG G2 a shot. Two months later, try the new HTC One® max. Need something more compact? Give the Samsung Galaxy S® 4 mini a try. It’s not about keeping up. It’s about staying ahead.
What are you waiting for? Edge Up. Let us know what you want to see in the future of smartphone technology by sharing it on Twitter, using #vzwedge.