Following in the footsteps of Apple, Verizon recently announced an Annual Upgrade Program. If you’ve purchased either a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge with Verizon’s device payment option, you’re eligible for the program.
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In addition, if you pre-ordered the S7/S7 Edge, you’ve been automatically enrolled in the new upgrade program. Every year, users in the program can turn in their phone and upgrade to a new phone each year. Users can upgrade 30 days after activating a new phone when more than 50% of the device has been paid off.
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If you don’t want to upgrade, you don’t have to, and you can still pay off your phone in a regular 24-month plan. For a limited time, if you switch to Verizon or you’re a new customer activating the new Samsung phones, you can potentially receive $100. If you’re already a Verizon customer you can receive up to $300 when you trade in your previous phone and upgrade or add a line for the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.