Gain access to the Verizon network with devices from a third-party seller, another phone carrier or a manufacturer.
You’ll get a $600 promotional credit over 24 months when you bring your smartphone and number to Verizon with a select Business Unlimited 5G plan.
When you switch to Verizon, you can keep your current number. That way, you won’t need to share a new number with your business contacts.
Don’t worry about a long-term contract commitment when you choose a new line with a month-to-month agreement and Business Unlimited Plus 5G or Unlimited Pro 5G plan.
Bring a variety of compatible smartphones for a seamless switch when you select your Business Unlimited 5G plan.
Explore plan and protection options, and choose what works best for your business.
After you review your order to make sure everything is correct, simply check out.
To bring your own device (BYOD) to Verizon from a third-party seller, retailer, manufacturer or from another carrier (e.g., T-Mobile, AT&T, etc.) click here to get started. There, you'll check your device’s compatibility, set up your number, choose a plan and set up your payment method.
To bring your device to Verizon, you need to know the Device ID (IMEI, MEID and/or ESN). Here's how to find your device ID:
Dial *#06# to find your Device ID (IMEI), or follow the instructions below.
Yes, if your device is compatible with the Verizon mobile network, you can bring it over from another carrier (e.g., AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.). Check your device’s compatibility.
Note: To check compatibility, you need the device ID. To find your device ID, on your device go to:
You can bring smartphones, tablets, laptops and hotspots that you bought from a third-party seller (e.g., Best Buy, Amazon, etc.), another phone carrier (e.g., AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) or even a manufacturer.
To be eligible for BYOD to Verizon, your device must be unlocked and its hardware and software must be compatible with our mobile network.
Check your device’s compatibility.
Yes, when you bring an eSIM or dual SIM device from another carrier, keep in mind:
Some carriers lock their devices. A locked device will only work on that carrier's network. If your carrier has locked your device, you need to contact them to have them unlock the device (if compatible). After the carrier has unlocked the device, it can take up to 24 hours before you can activate your device with Verizon.
Learn how to activate eSIM on a new Verizon line of service.
You may be able to bring your mobile number along when you bring your device to Verizon. You can select this option and provide account details in the compatibility check and checkout process.
Note: When you're bringing a phone number to Verizon, don't cancel your service with your other carrier until we've activated your new line.