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That brand new book scent. New school supplies. Fresh new outfits. Shiny new tech.

These are all things we think about when it comes to back to school. And Verizon has the shiny new tech that students and parents are looking for this season. From smartphones to help keep parents organized to waterproof speakers for the dorm, Verizon has it.

It all starts with a new phone on the best network. For a limited time starting July 27, get the Google Pixel for $5 per month on device payment when you trade in an eligible phone.*

Looking for an LG G6 or Samsung Galaxy S8? Also starting on July 27, for a limited time get up to $300 back with select trade in when switching to Verizon or adding a line on device payment**. Verizon has the right tech for everyone heading back to school.

For the parents with younger scholars

  • LG G6 – Parents juggle so much at once, thankfully the LG G6 offers split screen multi-tasking for even the busiest ones. And its waterproof design lets it survive those accidental spills by their kids.
  • GizmoGadget – a wearable for kids with peace of mind for parents. Allows you to call up to 10 contacts and receive calls from them, and locate it on a map from your phone. It’s even waterproof.
  • GizmoTab – A tablet, designed for kids is packed with high-quality educational content for kids to learn and play, everyday.

For a limited time, buy a Gizmo device and get a $25 gift card. Upgrade to a $75 gift card when you add a GizmoTab***.

For the student athlete in high school

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 – a smartphone with reliable 4G LTE connectivity can be a helpful educational resource for students, while surviving sweaty afterschool sports for the athlete life.
  • Fitbit Alta HR – track your progress and challenge teammates to step challenges with this fitness wearable. Monitors every step you take, every stair you climb, and every calorie you burn.
  • Under Armour Grip – shockproof design with layered ridges for a more secure hold. And compatible with the UA Magnetic Mount to attach it to fitness equipment, basketball hoop, and more. Use this to view instructional videos, record your reps for form, and track your overall progress.

For the college student

  • Google Pixel – Google Assistant can be a great resource for college students, answering the important questions: “how do I prepare for an internship interview?”, “how do I wash laundry?”, “what’s the best pizza place nearby?”.
  • JBL Clip 2 – ultra-light, rugged, portable, and completely waterproof. This speaker is ready for college adventures. And with its built-in carabineer, you can clip it onto a backpack or yourself to become the speaker at a dorm party.
  • mophie powerstation 6000 – from class to club meetings to class again and then study group. Don’t get stuck constantly looking for power outlets across campus. A portable battery pack will keep you from seeing that “low battery” alert.

Starting August 1, save $10 on the JBL Clip 2 (now $49.99, normally $59.99) and the mophie powerstation 6000 (now $69.99, normally $79.99) throughout the whole month.

* Up to $420 device payment purchase req'd. Less up to $300 trade-in/promo credit applied over 24 months; promo credit ends when balance paid or line terminated; 0% APR. Fully paid-off eligible trade-in must be in good working and cosmetic condition.

** Device payment purchase req’d. Up to $300 trade-in credit applied after 24 mos; credit starts w/in 1-2 cycles, ends when balance paid or line terminated/transferred; 0% APR. Fully paid-off eligible trade-in must be in good working and cosmetic condition.

*** Online redemption req’d (Gap, Toys “R” Us or Staples gift card). Gizmo device must be activated on $5 monthly data plan.


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