When I was getting my phone serviced in November (that I had got with the new every 2 program in May) I saw a poster in my local Verizon store advertizing the benefits of being a "My Verizon" online user. One of these benefits it said was that you could get a new
phone every year instead of the normal every 2 years under the new every 2 program. But I can't find anything online about this. How do I go about getting a new phone every year under this program? I should be able to get one next month since that would be one year. Can I just walk into my local Verizon store or are there some hoops I have to jump through first?
As far as Im aware, I have not heard anything about that. The only thing I can think of is on some posts here I've seen that you can become a vip customer to verizon and then the primary line gets perks llike upgrading early after a year. I haven't heard of anything other then that. I know by joining my verizon you do get free phone back up online that you would normally have to pay for if you weren't a member of my verizon.
I know they do let you upgrade 20th month of your contract, But since we got newer phones, we don't plan on really upgrading until next year. There will probably be a lot of new phones coming out between now and 2010. I'll have to look into this...
The new phone every year for being a "my verizon" user was advertised along with the free backup assistant feature. They were right next to each other on the same poster. I have been using backup assistant for free for several months. But I can't find any details anywhere about getting a new phone every year when you are an active "my verizon" online user like the poster said.
I was given a LG Voyager when my LG NV was replaced for the 4th time in less than 6 months. I am not crazy about the Voyager, and I should be able to get a new phone in May IF this program really exists.
Here is what I found in the Verizon FAQ. I guess basically you can get an annual new phone upgrade every year but you continue to push back your New Every Two (indefinitely). Personally, I like this program and will probably do it each year given how often really cool phones are coming out these days: