Verizon Black Friday 2015 Ad and Sales: Verizon Wireless Crazy Deals on Samsung S6 Edge +, Ellipsis Tablet, LG V10, Motorola Droid and more Smartphones Deal

Verizon Wireless has something to offer for its customers on Black Friday 2015. One of the most desirable phones in the market today is being offered for $1533/month for 24 months for qualified customers when purchased in retail stores.

Verizon also provides the avenue to select other unit such as the LG V10 for only $13.33/month for 24 months. The Samsung Galaxy Note5 costs for only $12.33/month for 24 months.

Verizon also tries to entice the shoppers by allowing them to get $100 off retail price on select Android smartphones. Plus, switch and get $300 when you trade in a smartphone.

At Verizon, Black Friday shoppers can avail the New Ellipses 10″ Tablet for only $49.99, Exclusively from Verizon. Moreover, Save $40 on FitBit Charge Wireless activity Wristband now at $89.99.

Handsets

Samsung Galaxy S6 ($676): $3.16 per month
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge ($672): $7.16 per month
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ ($768): $15.33 per month
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 ($696): $12.33 per month
Motorola Droid Turbo 2 ($624): $5.16 per month
LG V10 ($672): $11.33 per month

Tablets

Ellipsis 10 ($199): $49; requires two-year contract
Ellipsis 8 ($79): $49; includes $25 Google Play card; requires two-year contract

Gadgets

Nest Cam Wi-Fi Video Camera ($199): $169
Mophie Powerstation ($79): $39
Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker ($129): $119
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Elite Edition ($299): $249
Beats Solo2 Wireless Headphones ($299): $249
UE MegaBoom Bluetooth Speaker ($299): $249
Fitbit Charge Fitness Band ($129): $89
Mophie Powerstation Plus 8x with Micro USB or Lighting Port ($149): $99

The deals on the UE MegaBoom speakers, Fitbit Charge and Mophie Powerstation Plus 8x will be offered Tuesday Nov. 24 through Monday Nov. 30. All of the other deals run from Nov. 26 through Nov. 30.

Verizon is the place to be during Black Friday for it provides the best savings.

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