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Press Release -- October 23rd, 2017
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iPhone X arrives at Verizon on November 3

NEW YORK – Verizon will offer iPhone X, featuring a revolutionary new design with a stunning all-screen display, for pre-order beginning this Friday, October 27. Available through the My Verizon app, online and in Verizon stores, you can get up to $300 back on iPhone X with device payment when you sign up for Verizon unlimited and trade in select phones* for a limited time.

You can get all of Apple’s latest products, including the new generation iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and Apple Watch Series 3 with built-in cellular, at Verizon.

iPhone X. Better on Verizon.
Your iPhone needs an unlimited network that can keep up with your lifestyle. Verizon’s Beyond Unlimited gives you premium unlimited 4G LTE data, unlimited talk and text, HD-quality streaming, unlimited mobile hotspot (15 GB at 4G LTE speeds), Verizon Up rewards and calling, texting and data in Mexico for $50 per line for four lines, plus taxes and fees†. If you want a great network at an even greater value, Go Unlimited may be for you and starts at just $40 per line for four lines, plus taxes and fees†.

Pre-order your iPhone X from Verizon on October 27 and get it when it launches on November 3. Learn more details on pricing and data plans at Verizon Wireless.

* Up to $999.99 device payment purchase req’d. Less up to $300 trade-in/ promo credit applied over 24 months; promo credit ends when balance paid or line terminated/changed to another plan; 0% APR. Eligible trade-in must be in good working and cosmetic condition.

† Max 10 lines. Auto Pay (checks, home banking or debit card only) & paper-free billing req’d. In times of congestion, your data may be temporarily prioritized behind other traffic (only after 22GB/mo on Beyond Unlimited). Mobile Hotspot/tethering reduced to speeds up to 600Kbps (only after 15GB/mo on Beyond Unlimited). Domestic data roaming at 2G speeds; on Beyond Unlimited, int’l data reduced to 2G speeds after 512MB/day.

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