As of 2015, The Verizon Edge phone payment plan is a way to purchase a mobile device without paying the full price of the device up front. The plan features monthly payments, faster upgrades and fewer fees.
The Verizon Edge mobile phone payment plan is a program offered by Verizon to aid customers in affording expensive cellular devices. Verizon Edge is offered for various smartphone and tablets from brands including Apple, Blackberry, Google, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Nokia, HTC, Samsung, Sony and Verizon. Each new Verizon Edge smartphone activation includes a $100 bill credit.
Verizon Edge offers several benefits with the program. The cost of the device is split into 24 monthly payments, reflected on each monthly phone bill. The timeline for upgrading to a new device is modified to allow for an upgrade after 30 days and 75 percent of the current Edge device is paid off. Verizon waives both upgrade and activation fees for Verizon Edge customers.
For more information about Verizon Edge, visit the website at VerizonWireless.com and navigate to the Verizon Edge link found in the Plans & Services section of the Shop menu located at the top of the home page. This page details contract obligations.