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The decision to switch to Verizon is easier than ever with these deals

Samsung Galaxy A42 5G
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G (Image credit: Ara Wagoner / Android Central)

Whether you're looking to get started on Verizon with a prepaid or postpaid unlimited plan, there are some great deals available starting with the solid Samsung Galaxy A42 5g on Verizon Prepaid. This phone normally commands a hefty $400 price tag but if you sign up for an Unlimited or Unlimited Plus plan, you can get it $300 off with 12 credits (opens in new tab). Postpaid customers aren't left out either with the still very competent Galaxy S20 FE working out to $0 per month with bill credits.

If you were looking to get a little more screen real estate with a great Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus 5G is also on sale. Whether you're sketching with the included S-Pen or just taking advantage of the huge screen to get some web browsing done, this tablet is a great choice. If you're looking to upgrade your audio, you can also grab a set of the wireless Galaxy Buds 2 to use with your new tablet or phone.

Gamers can get more out of their phones with a Razer Kishi game controller. This is one of the best Android game controllers holding your phone in the middle with Xbox-like control sticks and buttons. This makes it a great way to use Xbox cloud streaming if you've got a subscription to Xbox Game Pass.

Save on prepaid or postpaid phones when you open a new line

These phone deals require you to activate your new phone with Verizon so it's a good idea to make sure you pick one of the best Verizon phone plans for your needs whether you're looking at postpaid options or would rather stick with an unlimited plan. Verizon's postpaid plans are focused on unlimited data and its new Ultra Wideband 5G network but Verizon Prepaid plans still offer a great value for those looking to get connected on the network for less.

When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.