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Press Release -- June 28th, 2018
Source: Verizon

Now military families can save even more with Verizon Unlimited

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Get Verizon Unlimited for $30 per line for four lines after $40 discount, plus for a limited time, get a $200 for each new smartphone line activated


NEW YORK – Military families can stay connected to the ones they love with even more savings with Verizon Unlimited and a new promotion – all designed to give our current and former service members even more value.

Starting today, active-duty military, reservists, Gold Star families and veterans can sign up for the Go Unlimited plan for $30 per month per line for four lines* – a savings of $40 per month. And now that you can mix and match unlimited plans for the whole family, military families can save even more on all Verizon Unlimited plans: get $15 off one line, $35 off two lines and $40 off three or more lines. To get the military discount, simply login to your account and choose the unlimited plans you need.

Also beginning today for a limited time, military families can receive a $200 Mastercard® prepaid card when activating a new 4G LTE smartphone on a new line of service**. For a family of four that switches to Verizon, that’s a $40 monthly discount and $800 back.

Verizon has been an avid supporter of military families. On Wednesday, Verizon donated $250,000 to veterans service organization Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). The check was presented to WWP by Verizon leaders Tami Erwin, executive vice president of wireless operations, Angie Klein, vice president of marketing, Tommy Jones, leader of Verizon’s military recruitment team and David Caruth, marketing manager.

Wounded warriora donation

From left: Tommy Jones, Verizon military recruitment team leader, David Caruth, Verizon marketing manager, Angie Klein, vice president of marketing, Michael Linnington,WWP chief executive officer, Tami Erwin, Verizon executive vice president of wireless operations, Gary Corless, WWP chief development officer, Hayley Hamilton, WWP corporate partnerships specialist and Casey O’Donnell, WWP Corporate Partnerships & Foundations Manager.

Verizon was recently named 2018’s #1 Military Friendly Company by G.I. Jobs®, which identified companies whose commitment to serving the military and veteran community is comprehensive and meaningful in impact.

The company currently employs more than 11,000 veterans and offers several programs for military hires, including new-hire training programs, special networking opportunities and the company’s Veterans Advisory Board Employee Resource Group. Learn more about Verizon Careers.

In addition, reservist employees on military leave, Verizon bridges the gap between military pay and Verizon pay. For military spouses, Verizon provides employment support. The company was recently named by Military Friendly® as the #1 military spouse friendly employer for 2018. Finally, thousands of veteran-owned suppliers are strategic suppliers to Verizon’s business operations.

*4G LTE only. Auto Pay (checks, home banking or debit card only) & paper-free billing req’d. In times of congestion, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic (only after 22GB/mo on Beyond Unlimited and 75 GB/mo on Above Unlimited). Mobile Hotspot/tethering reduced to speeds up to 600Kbps (only after 15GB/mo on Beyond Unlimited). Domestic data roaming at 2G speeds; int’l data reduced to 2G speeds after 512MB/day.

**. Eligible Active Military, Reservist, Gold Star Families or Veteran consumers with ID only. New 4G LTE smartphone on device payment purchase req’d. New line must be in good standing for 45 days. Mastercard prepaid card will be mailed w/in 10 wks after receipt of claim and be charged back if service is canceled w/in 6 mos. All required materials must be submitted within 30 days of purchase date. This card is issued by SUNRISE BANKS N.A., Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Mastercard International Incorporated. Mastercard is a registered trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated

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