This Valentine's Day, why not gift your sweetheart something they'll use everyday? Verizon has a BOGO offer on the latest iPhone 11 devices that could score you one absolutely free. You'll just need to purchase any iPhone 11 at regular price with monthly installments while adding a new line on an Unlimited plan.
The second iPhone 11 you purchase will be discounted by up to $700; that could score you the standard iPhone 11 for free or a massive discount on a device like the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. You'll see the $700 savings applied to your bill over the course of 24 months, though this can take one or two months to begin appearing.
Two For One
Verizon is offering up to $700 off the iPhone 11 of your choice when you buy another at regular price with monthly installments and add a new line on an Unlimited plan. You'll even score a free year of Apple TV+ with the purchase.
Up to $700 off plus free Apple TV+
Along with your new iPhone 11 devices, you'll also score a one-year subscription to Apple TV+ with the purchase so you can catch the latest streaming hits like SEE, The Morning Show, and Dickinson. The subscription must be started within three months after the device's activation, and you'll want to remember that it will auto-renew at its regular cost of $4.99/month unless you cancel before you've reached the one year mark as a member.
If you're signing up with Verizon for the first time, you should also know you can get a full year of Disney+ for free just for being a Verizon customer. Here's everything you need to know about the Disney+ deal.
The latest slate of Apple's iPhone devices are arguably the best yet, and you really can't go wrong with any model. You can read our reviews for the iPhone 11 or the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Rene Ritchie said "if you want the best of the best, the ultimate expression of the iPhone technology and experience today, you can reach for the absolute rafters with the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max."
For even more guidance on choosing between the three, check out how these smartphones compare when stacked against each other.