Verizon is throwing an Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass subscription in with its cellphone plans, with 6-12 months of mobile gaming service being added as a perk for new and existing subscribers. Just how long a free subscription you get will depend on which plan you’re signed up to.
Those on a Verizon unlimited plan will get six months of gaming service, while those on a “Play More” or “Get More” plan will get 12 months instead.
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