Verizon has a well-deserved offer for those who were in the military and want cell service on America’s top cellular network. Veterans and their family can save up to $40 on their monthly data bill when enrolling in a month-to-month unlimited plan.
This week, Verizon announced a great deal for military members. Like, T-Mobile’s One Military plans, Verizon is offering a discount. New and current subscribers of Verizon’s Go, Beyond and newly announced Above Unlimited data plan are eligible. Depending on the plan and number of lines, one can save up to $40 every month on their wireless bill. To participate, active-duty military, reservists, Gold Star families and veterans must show ID in-store or log-in to their Verizon account online to verify identity.
The military discount generally amounts to $15/month for one line, $35/month for two lines, $40/month off three or more lines. While these deals are said to remain active, military families can also obtain a free $200 prepaid MasterCard while supply lasts when adding a new line (four lines = $800). This is a pretty nice incentive to top off what’s already an attractive offer. Other than being a military member, the only requirements are that you sign up using Auto Pay and paperless billing. No trade-in, contract or anything like that is necessary. Between the mix and match unlimited plans, double the data for prepaid plan subscribers and this deal, now’s a good time to join Verizon.