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Receive up to $504 promo credit ($180 w/Welcome Unlimited, $360 w/ 5G Start, or $504 w/5G Do More, 5G Play More, 5G Get More or One Unlimited for iPhone plan (Welcome Unlimited and One Unlimited for iPhone plans can't be mixed w/other Unlimited plans; all lines on the account req'd on respective plans)) when you add a new smartphone line with your own 4G/5G smartphone on an eligible postpaid plan between 2/10/23 and 4/5/23. Promo credit applied over 36 months; promo credits end if eligibility requirements are no longer met.

buy a phone get a tablet free

After Samsung Unpacked, you're probably eager to purchase a Samsung Galaxy S23 -- and looking for the best price on the phone. Verizon is offering a promotion that makes purchasing the phone a no-brainer.

If you switch to Verizon or decide to upgrade your existing phone, you could get a Samsung Galaxy S23 for free. The catch is that this promotion only applies to select trade-ins on qualified 5G Unlimited plans. So, you have to have the right plan and you have to trade in a phone that qualifies.

You can choose to get a free Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G with your purchase of a Samsung Galaxy 23+, Samsung Galaxy 23 Ultra, or Samsung Galaxy 23. Just add Get a watch and a tablet, on us under Add new line or Update existing line on the corresponding page.

Verizon's marketplace of deals is surprisingly vast -- you can save on more than just phones or phone plans. The accessories that you know and love, like portable speakers and PS5 DualSense controllers are often on sale. Home accessories like the Google Nest Audio can transform your home or apartment into a connected smart home activated by voice control.

This deal is simple: You get a free smartwatch or tablet with a new line for the device, the purchase of an eligible 5G phone, and the addition or upgrade of a phone line. This applies to Apple, Samsung, and Google devices.

Just go to Apple's 5G smartphones through Verizon, pick the one you like the most (knowing that the iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, and iPhone SE are currently offered for free with the right phone plan), go to the Ways to save section, select Add new line or Upgrade existing line, and then the right offer for you. More than one deal may be available at a given time, so do check the fine print to make sure you've picked the right one.

Trade in an old or damaged phone (free of battery damage) and get up to $1,000 off the iPhone 14 Pro. You can tell if a phone has battery damage by if there's swelling or leaking or if it becomes too hot to touch. This deal works by the buyer selecting an iPhone Pro or Pro Max and pairing it with a Verizon 5G Unlimited plan, then trading in the old device within 30 days of buying the new one.

If you have an iPhone X, you get $400 off an upgrade or a new line. If you have an iPhone 11, you get $800 off an upgrade or a new line; if you have an iPhone 12, you get up to $1,000 for a new line or $800 for an upgrade. You also get a $200 Verizon gift card for each line that you switch over, and six months of Apple Music for free with select 5G plans.

Verizon Unlimited plan users can access Disney+, Hulu (ad-supported), and ESPN+ free for six months for existing users and up to a year for new Unlimited plan customers. Even if you have Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+, you're still eligible for free access with Verizon as long as your smartphone line qualifies. You have to remain on a 5G unlimited plan to use this bundle offer, and you can't switch it out for another plan offered by Hulu or Disney+. One Verizon account qualifies for one offer.

CDCR continues to expand access to new and existing services and innovative rehabilitative opportunities. This six-year contract covers many aspects of communications technology, including expanding access to tablets and kiosks for the entire incarcerated population.

On September 27, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 1008, the Keep Families Connected Act. This bill requires all state prisons and local detention facilities in California provide voice communication services to incarcerated people free of charge to the person making and receiving the communication.

People receiving calls will still need to have an active ConnectNetwork Advance Pay account with VPT, although they will not be charged for calls after January 1, 2023. Those without an Advance Pay account should call (866) 607-6006 to set one up free of charge. Users will not be required to place funds on the Advance Pay account when setting it up.

People with existing funds on their Advanced Pay account who would like them returned should call (866) 607-6006. It is important to note that during the call users should not ask for their account to be closed as the account is required to receive free calls.

It is important to maintain relationships during incarceration. Visits, calls, and letters are a great way to stay connected. CDCR has been steadily working to improve technology and communication, including a pilot program at five prisons in 2018 that provided tablets and secure email access to eligible people. People with tablets and their loved ones report they appreciate the ability to stay connected, in addition to having consistent access to eBooks, legal materials, and entertainment.

Incarcerated people in restricted housing for non-disciplinary reasons are allowed to access paid services on their tablets. Incarcerated people in restricted housing for disciplinary reasons may not use paid services on the tablets while they are in restricted housing units. Paid services include premium movies, music, news and sports, podcasts, messaging, video calling, audio calls, internet radio and print services.

This six-year contract is with ViaPath Technologies, which is responsible for providing all tablets, infrastructure, technical support and technology updates. Many features are free to users, including the Department Operations Manual (DOM), Health Care Department Operations Manual (HCDOM), Title 15, PREA, Policies and Regulations, internal handbooks, newspapers, and podcasts, library eBooks, audiobooks, games, law library materials, religious materials, mental and physical health materials, and rehabilitative content. Users may purchase some services, such as approved movies, news and sports feeds, or premium music.

Technology in prisons and jails in the United States has advanced greatly. At least 30 states have started similar tablet programs to provide secure access to rehabilitative programs, email, and entertainment. Officials report many benefits, including the ability to monitor use and quickly address security concerns. In addition, music, movies, games and recreational books are widely enjoyed by incarcerated people. Tablets also allow people in prison to learn about technology they may not have ever experienced.

Yes. Users may receive, but not send, video clips from approved contacts. Videos are reviewed by institutional staff for safety and security concerns. Video calls are also available on the tablets in approved areas within each housing area. Users sign up for 15-minute blocks of time to utilize the docking station required to access the video call functionality on the tablets. Additionally, users can sign up to use the available kiosks to make telephone or video calls during institution-approved hours. At this time, the free Webex video visiting system remains in place. However, tablets will be available for those who would like to make video calls in a different location, or to offset limited video visiting availability in visiting rooms. Video calls cost 20 cents per minute.

The ADA incarcerated population and workers as well as CDCR employees are trained to assist any incarcerated person with using the accessible settings on the tablets. These settings are not restricted to users with a documented need and are available to every user. In addition, the existing Video Relay Solution (VRS) and telephones with captioning technology (TTY) are available free of charge upon request.

Yes. Each tablet is encrypted and all contents are monitored by institutional staff, who can immediately investigate any improper usage. The tablets are not web browsers and do not have internet access. Users may only access approved programs and content using tablets and kiosks in their housing units. CDCR can monitor, record, and store communications. E-messages are reviewed by VPT for inappropriate content, and staff are alerted for further review before it is sent to the intended recipient. All photos and video messages are reviewed, which may result in a short delay. Authorized staff have the ability to turn off any of the services for any user or group of users at any time if there are safety or security concerns.

The tablets provide a wealth of informational materials to enhance the well-being of the incarcerated population and their connection to their loved ones and communities through improved communications and access to resources. We are committed to adding new and increasingly interesting and relevant materials each month.

As new technology is introduced into institutions, there may be technical issues that need to be worked out. We understand this is frustrating for users and their family and friends, and appreciate your patience. Tablet users may submit a Tablet Performance Form to VPT via the tablet or kiosk. In the unexpected instance that the tablet and kiosk become unusable, the user should alert a staff member immediately.

For the first 30 days after tablets are activated at an institution, VPT monitors and tune signals to provide the best coverage. During this time, users may experience intermittent signal loss, which could result in dropped calls or loss of connectivity. When submitting Tablet Performance Forms to VPT, users should provide notes about what they are experiencing so VPT can best resolve the issue. Only one form should be submitted per issue, and VPT will respond within three business days. 041b061a72


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