- Verizon is offering up to a year of free Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass service.
- The offer begins May 26 and is available for new and existing Verizon customers.
- The services are normally priced at $4.99 a month.
Verizon is giving its wireless customers even more value for their hard-earned bucks. Today, the carrier announced it will offer up to a year of free Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass access for its new and existing customers. The offer officially begins on May 26.
According to the company’s press release, all unlimited Verizon customers will get at least six months of either Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass for free. The full year of free access is available for those who subscribe to Verizon’s Play More or Get More plans. Normally, the services cost $4.99 a month.
Google Play Pass currently has over 800 premium games and apps in its library. They include titles like the Monument Valley series, Stardew Valley, Dead Cells, and many more. It also has a variety of kids’ educational and entertainment apps. The subscription offers access for up to six family members on one account.
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Apple Arcade doesn’t have as many titles in its library, but it still has over 180 games to access for one monthly fee. Apple Arcade allows you to access the games on your iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV 4K set-top box. Some games even have full controller support. There are a number of games exclusive to Apple Arcade like Star Trek: Legends, NBA 2K21 Arcade Edition, The Oregon Trail, and Fantasian. As with Google Play Pass, Apple Arcade has support for up to six users per account.
The free Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass access is just the latest freebie for Verizon unlimited customers. Subscribers can already get up to a year of Discovery Plus, plus up to a year of Apple Music. And depending on the plan, Verizon unlimited customers can also get Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for at least six months up to as long as they have their subscription.