Verizon adds more value with rewards program enhancements

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Verizon today launched a new version of its Verizon Up loyalty program, bringing more rewards, more often, to wireless consumers. With a new, even simpler structure, customers will receive a reward credit every month after paying their bill, instead of every $300 spent.

“Our customers wanted more rewards, more often, and we’re delivering,” said Angie Klein, Vice President, Consumer Marketing for Verizon. “Verizon Up has always been simple and free – and now it’s even simpler and brings customers even more value. It’s just a great way for us to say thank you to our customers.”

Customers can use credits toward dollars off their next smartphone, cool stuff from favorite brands like Starbucks, Amazon, and Uber, and even Super Tickets. Super Tickets are first come, first served and provide exclusive experiences like private shows or stageside access at concerts for artists like Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, or tickets to the hottest sporting events – like the Super Bowl. And on top of all that, customers get bonus rewards and local offers weekly, and even daily. Verizon Up is fast, easy, and no fee to join, all via the My Verizon app.

For more details and information, download the refreshed My Verizon app or visit Verizon Up online.

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