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Verizon offers 30-day free trial of 5G services

2023-03-24 17:54 by
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Verizon announced today that it will be offering free 30-day trials of its 5G and 4G LTE networks to new customers, with the one condition being that you must be using an unlocked smartphone that supports eSIM.

To start the trial, download and install Verizon's mobile app from Apple's App Store or Google's Play Store. Then open the application and choose "Start free trial." This will start a process that will determine whether your device is eligible. For example, it will check whether your phone is unlocked and supports eSIM. When the system confirms that your device meets the requirements, tap "Get started."

At the next step, enter your name and contact data and choose Continue. The app will then display important information, telling you that Verizon will set up a cellular plan for you that includes a new Verizon phone number. If the device you are using is already on the network of another carrier, you will have two phone numbers during the trial, and you will be asked to label which is your primary and which is your secondary number. When you have read the whole message, tap on "Continue." The last step is to enable the new SIM.

You can track how many days you have left until the end of the trial period directly from within the app. Also, you can easily transfer your existing number to Verizon during the trial period at any given time.

Last year, T-Mobile introduced its Network Pass offer, which lets you test drive the carrier's network for free and works the same way as Verizon's Free Trial. However, with T-Mobile, you will have unlimited data during the testing period, which, by the way, is three months.

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