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Verizon will now charge more money for in-store activations of new phones

The Verge --------- Verizon is altering its activation fee structure to incentivize customers to buy new phones online, according to CNET. Prior to this week, the standard activation fee, both for an in-store activation and when purchasing a new phone online, was $30. Now, Verizon says you can save $10 by buying a new phone online, paying only $20 to activate it, while doing so via a Verizon brick-and-mortar retail store will now cost you $40. The changes go into effect on Thursday, CNET reports. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.

Verizon will now charge more money for in-store activations of new phones - Read More from The Verge

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