Verizon is offering a 30-day risk-free trial of its 5G network. Here’s how to sign up

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If you’re contemplating switching to a new phone carrier, free trials can help you get a feel for it before you put down your wallet and sign any paperwork. T-Mobile was one of the first to offer this test drive, but others like Verizon are now doing the same.

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Verizon announced today that it will offer a 30-day free trial of 5G and 4G LTE to new customers, with the condition that you use an unlocked smartphone that supports eSIM.

By subscribing to it Free Trial Program, non-Verizon customers can sign up for an unlimited, monthly data plan (up to 100GB), can call, text, and browse the web using their existing device and phone number, and access your mobile network’s 5G speed (if your phone and local area support it). There are no additional costs, fees, credit card requirements and contractual agreements associated with the trial program, so it is a “risk-free” program like the trial programs.

How to Sign Up for Verizon’s Free Trial Program

You need to download the My Verizon app first to check your phone’s compatibility. You can find it in the app store or by scanning the QR code on Verizon FAQ page.

Open the app and tap the “Start Free Trial” button at the top. As a reminder, the test drive is only available to non-Verizon customers and you can join it once a year.

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After the app checks your phone’s eligibility and approves it, tap “Get Started” and enter your personal contact information. Finally, you’ll need to give the app a few minutes for Verizon to distribute its service to you, along with a separate eSIM phone number to use during the trial period.

Once the app setup is complete and you’re ready to use the eSIM network, go into your phone’s SIM card settings — usually found under the Connections tab — and turn it on. The eSIM profile will be labeled as “VZW”.

Note that while the service is provided via eSIM, you can still use your existing phone number and cellular plan associated with your physical SIM card. This makes it easy to gauge data speed and performance differences, if any.

Frequently asked questions

What happens after Verizon’s Free Trial Program ends?

By signing up for a 30-day trial period, which begins the day you set up the My Verizon app, you commit to only that period and nothing more. That means at the end of the Free Trial, your phone will lose access to Verizon’s 5G and 4G LTE service, but everything else will be the same as normal.

Am I eligible for the Verizon Free Trial Program?

To be eligible, you must be a new customer with an unlocked phone that supports eSIM. Fortunately, while iPhone 14″ popular eSIM, it is not the only device that supports digital services. Compatible devices include iPhones starting with iPhone XR, Google Pixels starting with Pixel 4, and Samsung Galaxy S and Z phones starting with S21.

Can I still use my current phone number during the trial period?

Correct. In fact, Verizon is encouraging users to test the calling experience, signal strength, and data speeds of both their current number and the new eSIM number, temporarily during the trial period to get a feel for it. what better.


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