Turn up the volume and gear up for a louder spring and summer with the latest Bluetooth speakers. Verizon has an assortment of more than 15 different speakers available today from Beats, Bose, JBL, UE and more. The collection includes various color schemes, shapes and styles, so you can find the right speaker.
And, starting April 1, the UE BOOM 2 will be available for $149.99 (after $50 savings), or buy two UE BOOM 2 speakers for $274.99 (after $125 savings). Additionally, the JBL Flip 3 will be $79.99 (after $20 savings). The discounted pricing is available for the month of April.
Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II delivers bigger and fuller sound than you’d expect from a speaker this size. Just because the speaker is small and has the word “mini” in the name, doesn’t mean it sounds that way.
Listen to some tunes while Spring cleaning, and maybe even dance a bit. Or invite some friends over and take turns playing DJ; you can connect two devices at a time so a buddy can have a turn at picking the next track.
Spring and summer means outdoor fun like trips to the park and hikes, so tunes while traveling light is a must. The JBL Clip 2 is a small yet powerful speaker that has a built-in carabineer. Hook it onto a backpack, some outdoor gear, or your clothes and become a walking speaker. It’s also waterproof and can be immersed in water up to 1 meter for up to 30 minutes.
The waterproof UE BOOM 2 with Siri and Google Now voice integration is the best poolside buddy. Say it to play it! Pop out of the pool, press the Bluetooth button and just say what you want to listen to. You can also use your voice to play music from streaming services like Apple Music, Google Play Music and Spotify.
JBL Flip 3 with its portable design is perfect for spring and summer time travels. It weighs less than a pound so it can be easily brought as a carry-on for trips.
And with up to 10 hours of battery life, you can bring the tunes anywhere without searching for an outlet.
Unlimited music, limited buffering
Music streaming shouldn’t give you data anxiety, because having Verizon Unlimited means your speaker's battery will always run out before your data. And the Verizon 4G LTE network ensures that you spend more time rocking out, and less time buffering.