Verizon may be one of the more expensive wireless carriers here in the US, but they do like to throw customers a bone every so often. The latest offer comes in the form of 2GB extra data on your monthly plan, and to get it all you have to do is try out Android Pay. The first time you pay for something using Google’s built-in mobile wallet, you’ll get an extra 1GB added to your account. After the third use, you’ll get another 1GB.
The offer is good through the middle of June, and the extra 2GB of data will be applied to your account for two billing cycles. If you’re an Android user who has a phone that works with Android Pay, it’s hard not to recommend giving this a shot — given how expensive and precious data is these days, it’s a pretty minor inconvenience to grab a few extra gigabytes. And given that Android Pay is one of the best mobile payment solutions out there, the experience should hopefully be a easy one, even if you haven’t tried it before.
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