Thread DetailsLast Edited by BeAuMaN August 21, 2016 at 01:20 AM
Link for $200 best buy gc for verizon http://www.bestbuy.com/site/promo...0794011
Verizon - $239 + $200 Best Buy gift card for Iphone SE 16 gb
iPhone SE 64gb - $340
iPhone SE 128 gb - $440
Also, on Sprint and At&t but no gift card
Step 1) Go to best buy store to either open a new verizon account or add a line to an existing account.
Step 2) Request for DPP (Device payment plan) option (currently this option is $9.99/month x 24 = $239.99)
Step 3) You would pay taxes and activation on your phone and you would get a $200 best buy gift card for new activation...$25 reward points would post after return period ends
Step 4) after 2-3 days port out the lines to some other carrier or disconnect service....
Remaining balance of $239 becomes due for 16gb SE model
In the end you get a discount iphone SE for $239 and you have a $200 best buy gift card (gift card offer is for verizon only)
New Customers Means -- New Line Activation
NEW & FORMER Verizon Customers ARE Eligible
BUY THE PHONE >> GO HOME >> PAY OFF >>
GC doesn't show in order summary. But email with redemption instructions should be received morning after order was placed.
Credit to Jamesq. Can't be more clear on this. If you want a smooth breakup with Verizon, suspend and port out.
Suspend service than (then)? port out. Otherwise it will cost you more.
Suspend service then port out. Otherwise you might be blacklisted by Verizon.
Suspend service then port out. Otherwise you might be charged fees you were not expecting to be charged.
Suspend service then port out. Otherwise you might have issues.
Suspend service then port out. Otherwise you might not be able to cancel service until the end of your NEXT billing cycle.
Suspend service then port out. Otherwise you might have to get FCC involved to cancel service.
Suspend service then port out. Otherwise it might end up costing you more time than it is worth.
there are other reasons, these are just a few.
In case anyone else is wondering, Suspend service then port out. Otherwise you might not get the outcome you are wanting/expecting.