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The highly anticipated iPhone 12 lineup is finally here and the largest iPhone yet — the iPhone 12 Pro Max — is currently available on Yahoo Mobile — one of the most affordable and comprehensive plans on the market.
If you’ve already decided that you’re ready to make the switch to Yahoo Mobile with the new iPhone, you will be pleased to learn that you can get up to $200 in return when you do so. And to make the transition easier, you can even transfer your current phone number over to Yahoo Mobile.
Shop: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max, As Low As $45 Per Month
Before filling you in on this amazing deal, let’s go over a brief overview of just what Yahoo Mobile has to offer. Rivaling the best of the best in the “unlimited everything” space, Yahoo Mobile offers unlimited* data, talk and text starting at just $39.99 a month.
The contract-free plan is said to be an affordable and effective option for all demographics, including seniors and millennials, and is particularly ideal for uncertain times and for those who are afraid of commitment (no contracts or hidden fees).
You can learn more about what Yahoo Mobile has to offer, here.
Shop: Yahoo Mobile, Starts At $39.99 Per Month
Now, back to the sweet perk that new subscribers can get when purchasing the new iPhone with Yahoo Mobile. If you choose to transfer your current phone number to Yahoo Mobile, in addition to buying the new device, you can receive up to $200 via a prepaid Mastercard® virtual account after making two service payments.
Get unlimited data, text and talk with Yahoo Mobile for just $39.99 a month.
*In times of increased network congestion, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic.
**Terms apply to the Mastercard® Virtual Account offer for which you can find more info by following the links.
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