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Verizon Edge now let’s you pay it off anytime, no trade-in required to upgrade

by: Andrew GrushMay 27, 2015
Verizon Edge is changing its terms, removing the waiting period for upgrades. Now you just need to pay your phone off in full and can then upgrade -- no need to trade in your current phone.
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Verizon makes changes to upgrade program, mirrors AT&T’s new upgrade program

by: William Neilson JrOctober 16, 2014
Verizon is changing their Edge device financing offer.
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Verizon continues the “congestion” myth with unlimited data plans

by: William Neilson JrAugust 1, 2014
Much like AT&T, Verizon has a long history of anti-competitive behavior.
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Verizon makes changes to their Edge upgrade program

by: William Neilson JrJune 3, 2014
Beginning June 1, Verizon is changing their upgrade program, Edge, so that the number of monthly payments for a device changes from 24 months to 20 months. Verizon is also changing the percentage of a device's costs that a customer will need to pay off before they can upgrade from 50% to 60%.
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Verizon revises its Edge plan to let users upgrade after 30 days, a good deal only at first glance

by: Andrew GrushJanuary 20, 2014
Verizon has now announced that it is changing its Edge plan, allowing customers to upgrade to a new device as quickly as 30 days. As to be expected, there is a big catch: you'll need to pay off 50% of your current phone and turn it back in to Verizon.
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Verizon ‘will not touch’ their pricing structure for Edge customers

by: Nate SwannerJuly 19, 2013
Fran Shammo, the aforementioned CFO of Verizon, said very plainly “We will not touch our service pricing” when prompted to comment on whether or not Verizon would alter their pricing scheme to suit the Edge offering. Shammo plainly and flatly told us what we knew all along: Verizon isn’t interested in saving us money.
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Edge, Jump, and Next: the “opt out” shell game, and how to win.

by: Nate SwannerJuly 19, 2013
We wanted a way out of our two-year contracts early, without paying an early termination fee. Each carrier has done that for us, although the ETF is really just parsed out differently. Be it making sure your device is half paid for like Verizon asks, or a monthly fee for the option to leave, you’re still paying for that ETF in some way.
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Verizon’s Edge plan is almost perfect

by: Nate SwannerJuly 18, 2013
There are no mysterious monthly fees, or painfully long waiting periods for upgrade. There is no early termination fee, and All of Verizon’s “Share Everything” plans are eligible, too.
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