Grab a free Nintendo Switch and $200 Target gift card when you sign up for Verizon Home Internet

Get a free Nintendo Switch when you sign up for the Verizon 5G Home Plus internet plan right now.


In honor of this month’s Mario Day, Verizon is offering up a Super Mushroom-sized deal for new customers: If you sign up for a Verizon 5G Home Plus or LTE Home Plus plan, you’ll get a free Nintendo Switch, and either a $200 Target gift card or a Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go, all included. That’s about $500 in value. Plans start at $45 a month, and include a 5-year price guarantee, so your rate is locked in, with no data limits or annual contracts. 

The Verizon 5G Home Plus plan<!–> includes high-speed downloads, ultra HD 4K video streaming, and a router and whole-home Wi-Fi kit, as well as access to Verizon Cloud Unlimited to back up photos, videos, and files from all of your devices. Check if it’s available in your area on Verizon’s site–>. You can also sign up for a Verizon 5G Home plan<!–> starting at $35 a month, though that doesn’t come with the premium extras of the Plus plan.

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Verizon’s 5G Home Internet plans are fixed wireless, which means your home wirelessly connects through a receiver that takes Verizon’s signal and turns it into a Wi-Fi network, instead of requiring cables or invasive equipment installation. Speeds may vary depending on where you live, but 5G plans generally can hit near-gigabit download speeds. 

Don’t miss this deal on a free Nintendo Switch plus $200 Target gift card or Chromebook when you sign up for Verizon 5G Home Plus internet–> right now. This deal only runs through the end of March, so don’t miss out. 

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