The Verge has learned that Verizon has recently started making phone deals with other big companies, including AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
The company says it will offer special deals on certain smartphones for some of these big players, including Apple, Google, and Samsung.
These phone deals can range from $150 to $200 per phone, depending on the device.
However, there are some caveats to these deals, and it’s not clear how much these phone deals will cost you.
The Verge reached out to Verizon for more information, and has not yet received a response.
For more on how these deals work, check out our explainer.
The first Verizon deal we heard about was the AT&t/Sprint deal, which costs $150 per phone.
The second we heard of was the Samsung deal, from the company’s PR team.
The Samsung deal also has some caveats.
The carrier says it can’t guarantee a phone’s purchase, and the deal only applies to customers who bought their phone from the carrier.
The final deal is a special promotion from T-Mo.
The promotion will cost $60 per month and offer unlimited talk, text, and data, with unlimited minutes, and unlimited texts.
The T-MO deal is exclusive to AT&ts AT&Ts customers, and will only be available to customers in the U.S. The third and final deal from Tmo is exclusive for T-Mob customers.
It costs $100 per month for unlimited talk and text and $200 for unlimited minutes.
The deal is also only available to T-mob customers.
These deals are limited to Verizon, and they will expire after three months.
Verizon’s deal is the only one we’ve heard of to include Tmo as an exclusive carrier.
This is because Tmo was previously part of AT&TS’ “family of leading carriers.”
Verizon’s “family” also includes AT&tm, which also offers AT&ttm phones, as well as T-mobile.
T-mobiles phone plans range from less than $30 a month to more than $600 per month.
However,, AT&m phones are priced higher.
The AT&s and Tmobile phones in this deal are the ATm-branded Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, which are both available in the United States.
The other two phones are the Galaxy Note 8 and Note 8 Plus.
These phones are available in Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and France.
All three of these phones will be on sale at AT&tpop price.
While the AT-branded phones in the Verizon deal are all on sale for less than the other two Samsung phones, AT<ams prices will be much higher.
This deal will expire at midnight ET on January 6.