Sadly, Edge has recently been killed off as Verizon overhauls its pricing and plan structure and ends the traditional two-year contract with a subsidized phone.For now, you have the option of either buying your phone at full price upfront (and signing on for a month-to-month Verizon plan), or paying your device off over 24 equal monthly installments in the next two years.You can only pay extra if you have decided to upgrade, and need 50% of the phone's balance paid off, or if you wish to pay the full amount owing to keep your device and cancel your Device Payment plan.There are a variety of reasons why you may want to upgrade your Verizon device.
Verizon Edge was once an equipment payment plan that allowed Big Red customers to spread payments for a new tablet or cellphone over the course of 24 months, with the option to trade in their device early and upgrade to a hotter handset.
You’ll need to pay the first month’s installment at the time of purchase – which works work out to be between and each month, depending on the phone you choose.
Verizon doesn't give subscribers an option to make larger repayments in order to pay off their device quicker.
I was going to wait for the free upgrade but i always hate the upgrade phone.
So if im trying to get a nice phone on the upgrade do they take money off or what?