Anyone eligible for a new phone before November 15 can upgrade right now
You know you want to.
The carriers are battling hard for your iPhone 6 purchase. Verizon just announced a new trade-in deal following aggressive announcements from Sprint and T-Mobile, and Sprint wants to be your iPhone pusher for life.
Ahead of Tuesday's iPhone 6 launch, both Sprint and T-Mobile are looking to lure you away from your current carrier with attractive device trade-in deals.
Now's the perfect time for Verizon to generate some good will.
Don't let the name fool you: XLTE isn't new technology, but the marketing term hides some very tangible real-world benefits.
Higher data caps, lower prices on Edge plans, earlier upgrades, and faster speeds are on tap for Verizon customers.
LTE-Advanced will be coming in a big way soon. What does that mean for you?
Up to $650 per line to cover your early termination fee and buy back your obsolete phone.
You'll still have to call your carrier if you want to free your phone, however.