Verizon’s “Connection Day” brings 8 great gifts for holiday travelers on November 26th



Verizon has just announced Connection Day, a one-day opportunity to get loaded up with great gifts that will help keep you busy, entertained and connected while you’re traveling this holiday season. The calendar date is set for November 26th, and on that day folks will be able to cash in on the following goodies — even if you aren’t a Verizon customer:

  • Verizon FiOS: Special mobile access to popular movies and TV shows on November 26, compliments of Verizon FiOS, by downloading the free FiOS Preview app.
  • Amazon: Selection of 10 free/discounted apps, plus two free Audible book downloads (new members) or $10 Audible credit (current members)
  • Apple: A special offer from iTunes to be revealed on Nov. 26
  • Condé Nast: Free Digital Edition downloads of 17 Conde Nast Publications, including Wired, Vanity Fair and GQ.
  • Free Wi-Fi: 30-minute complimentary Internet sessions through Boingo Wireless (at airports) and Gogo Technologies (in-flight).
  • JetBlue: Free in-flight Fly-Fi (Wi-Fi) for flights between November 26th and December 31st.
  • Pandora Media: Free seven-day trial of Pandora One

Doesn’t sound bad if you have a lot of traveling to do between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Those who do have an account with Verizon will be entitled to a little more extra. 1GB of extra shared data for MORE Everything plans can be had from the day they register until the end of their next billing cycle, as well as an additional 1GB of data for the entirety of the next billing period of after that. Basically, go nuts with contacting family and friends or sending photos and videos of holiday festivities to everyone.

Not on MORE Everything but have a Verizon account? You can get $10 off a Mophie Juice Pack 4,000. Not the great consolation prize in the world, but better than nothing. Interested souls can head to Verizon’s site to sign up for Connection Day right now, and expect everything to kick into second gear the day before Thanksgiving. Let us know if you’ll be taking advantage.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. what a joke.

    1. I don’t see how this is a bad thing. They could just as easily do nothing at all. Beggars can’t be choosers.

      1. It’s not a bad thing. It’s not a thing at all.

        1. ^This^ And if you’re on VZW I highly doubt you’re a beggar or a chooser since they make decisions for you……Lol just sayin’

  2. i’d rather they released the nexus 6.

    1. I called my local store yesterday and the rep flat out told me they were holding off releasing the nexus 6 because they are pushing the turbo. Smh.

      1. So basically(if ever lol):

        1. Hilarious! I’m certain they’ll actually carry it…the trouble is that it’s likely not going to be until very late in December. Not good news for me and my Day 1 S3 that’s putting along with a screwed up power button and a shitty battery. #FirstWorldProblems

          1. Oh I’m sure they will carry it too but probably only in the 32GB Blue Variant just like everyone else is. I’m a VZW customer myself & can’t help but say some sarcastic comments here or there. Its sad that the 64GB model(blue or white) will basically be a Moto or Google Play option going fwd till something changes. It’s also terrible to not know if that “Advanced Calling 1.0” feature will even happen for Nexus 6 on VZW. Not like the app couldn’t be released into the play store for VZW only compatible devices. Looking awfully bleek, Ugh!!

    2. Verizon’s response to anyone wanting a Nexus 6 vs. Any other Device they push:

  3. Wow these freebies just may save not a single person a single penny.

    1. Couldn’t agree more lol.

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