Verizon may offer some iPhone 14 buyers a free perk

Verizon 5G Get More unlimited plan subscribers get a ton of free perks like 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage, ESPN+ and Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass, and potential iPhone 14 buyers can expect to get even more goodies for free.
We have officially entered iPhone 14 week but that hasn’t stopped the constant barrage of rumours. According to latest price leak, although the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max may be more expensive than their predecessors, the increase will be lower than expected, and the iPhone The entry-level 6.1-inch 14 might actually be more affordable than the iPhone 13.
Still, with prices skyrocketing on almost everything, upgrading will be a tough decision for many, and to lower the purchase price, Verizon may include the Apple One bundle as a gift.

Apple One bundles up to six Amazon services (Apple Arcade, iCloud+, Apple New+, Apple Fitness+, Apple Music, and Apple TV+) into a single subscription.

Apple-centric site MacRumors has learned from a carrier source that Verizon may be giving away Apple One for free with the iPhone 14. It will most likely be included with the carrier’s most expensive plan, 5G Get More, which costs $90 per month for one. . It is not clear if this service will be reserved for new customers.
Last month, UK carrier EE has become the first telecom company to include Apple One as a gift with a plan and it’s possible Verizon will follow in their footsteps by including the individual tier which typically costs $14.95 a month and comes bundled with it. Apple Arcade, iCloud + with 50 GB of storage, Apple Music and Apple TV+.
The offer will be a win-win for both parties, helping Verizon win over more consumers and allowing Apple to further strengthen its services business. Other carriers will of course offer their own offers.
The iPhone 14 line would offer an improved selfie camera and satellite connectivity. The pros could come with a faster chipset, new main and ultra-wide cameras, a redesigned front and faster charging. These changes could help them become the best phones of 2022.

Christy J. Olson