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Earlier this year, Verizon announced plans to offer its own credit card, joining the likes of Apple, Amazon, and PayPal with a company-branded card ⁠— even other carriers like T-Mobile have gotten in on the action. Now the Verizon Visa Card is finally set to debut on June 26, bringing lots of savings and benefits to new and existing Verizon customers.
So what's the catch? Well, while you do earn "cash-back" rewards, those are actually in Verizon Dollars, usable only at Verizon. Shoppers can earn Verizon Dollars at a rate of 4% on gas and grocery store purchases, 3% on dining, 2% on Verizon offerings, and 1% on everything else. The Verizon Dollars that you accumulate can only be spent on things like Verizon service, phones, and accessories.

Vitali Ortzi

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Verizon is so dam expansive!
here in Israel we have 200gb plans for under 10$ and 50gb under 5$ per month both for 2 years and are about 2.5-5 dollars more expansive after that time (usually people go back and forth on plans on my country as always there is a company with a cheaper plan available ).
lifetime plans are usually about 30-70 % more expansive though but still not near USA pricing (companies understand that a lot of people are just using their plan for a year or two at best so this is their solution).
Oh And it's illegal to force you by stupid contracts unlike the US basically freedom and no locked phones.
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