Verizon has recently added more bundled content offerings that will bring cheer to its wireless subscribers. Both new and existing subscribers will be able to avail these free services that include Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass. Certain unlimited plans already offer free channels including Disney+, ESPN+ and Discovery+. Other platforms that are free for certain subscribers are HULU and Apple Music. This new addition of gaming plans is a win-win for both Apple and Google as the promotions would bring their subscription gaming services to new activations by consumers.
Selected unlimited plans for new and existing subscribers from Verizon will get six months of gaming with Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass. Subscribers with “Play More” or “Get More” unlimited plans from Verizon can get offers for an entire year. These offers are longer than those that are offered by Google and Apple.
Verizon has been looking to make its own mark, distinct from other telecom rivals. Free gaming on Verizon network will accentuate its 5G network as well as provide additional content to keep and boost its subscriber base.
It is already offering several free channels and adding gaming to the mix is one way of standing out from AT&T and T Mobile. Google and Apple typically charge about 5 dollars per month and offer hundreds of games to their users.
Verizon subscribers can try out the popular games including Grindstone, Card of Darkness and Fantasian which are games exclusive to Apple. There are more than 180 games on Apple Arcade.
Verizon subscribers get also get Google Play Pass which had a wider repertoire of over 800 games for Android users. They have wider themes including education, strategy, puzzles, arcade, and action games. They also include sports and simulation games.