Updating your cellphones
To follow along, open your Upgrade Device page in My Verizon.
Sign in, if you haven't already, then pause the video as needed as you move through the steps.
If you select the option to Pay to Upgrade or Pay Off the installment agreement, the applicable balance due on your old device is required. Other Obligations: Trade-in does not relieve obligations under AT&T Next or other AT&T’s Return and Exchange programs including recently-purchased device returns, Warranty, or Extended Warranty. Upgrade with eligible trade-in: Requires payment of percentage of sales price (50% or 80%); account in good standing; trade-in of financed device (or one of the same make and model) in good physical, and fully functional, condition through the AT&T Next and AT&T Next Every Year trade-in program (excludes AT&T Trade-in program where you receive instant credit or a promotion card for your trade-in); and purchase of new eligible smartphone with qualified wireless service.
If service is canceled, balance on new device is due. Devices to be returned through these AT&T programs should not be sent to the Trade-in program.
Notifications and background syncing aren’t crucial, and, frankly, the constant updating consumes a good deal of energy.
This video shows the steps from selecting your new device through completing your order.Also, consider tweaking your setting so that the display brightness will adjust automatically.Playing games, watching video, browsing photos, and perusing the internet will all suck up your phone’s battery life.Swinging a little weight is a ton of work and a premiere power drainer.Switch off your cell phone’s vibrate function and consider switching off your keytones, assuming you can live without them.