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Verizon launches mystery box service for gadget lovers, here's how it works

Larger carriers Verizon is trying to make more money by selling some of the accessories that cannot benefit from the same exposure that its smartphones usually get. If you're a gadget fan and you buy technical stuff, Verizon's new Tech Pack service, besides phones, can be the best thing that can happen to you. Tech Pack is Verin's new subscription service that offers gadget fans to buy items of various discounts. Because this is a mystery box system, you don't know what you get before you open the package sent by Verizon, but you have 14 days to decide if you want to keep it. The carrier will include two or three items in the boxes sent to Tech Pack subscribers who may choose to keep all or just some of the items inside. The box is delivered with a prepaid shipping mark for return, but if you do not return a product within 1 4 days you will be charged for it. If you choose to keep some of the products after you have tested them, you get good discounts to make the deal more appealing. An image from the official website service shows some of the things you can get in the mystery box: Google Home Mini, Mophie battery pack, canary camera, LG Tone Pro headset, Ryze Tello Mini Drone and Belkin car charger. Currently, the Tech Pack seems to be sold because of tremendous interest. In addition, Verizon would not say how often it will send these…

Larger carriers Verizon is trying to make more money by selling some of the accessories that cannot benefit from the same exposure that its smartphones usually get. If you’re a gadget fan and you buy technical stuff, Verizon’s new Tech Pack service, besides phones, can be the best thing that can happen to you.

Tech Pack is Verin’s new subscription service that offers gadget fans to buy items of various discounts. Because this is a mystery box system, you don’t know what you get before you open the package sent by Verizon, but you have 14 days to decide if you want to keep it.

The carrier will include two or three items in the boxes sent to Tech Pack subscribers who may choose to keep all or just some of the items inside. The box is delivered with a prepaid shipping mark for return, but if you do not return a product within 1

4 days you will be charged for it. If you choose to keep some of the products after you have tested them, you get good discounts to make the deal more appealing.

An image from the official website service shows some of the things you can get in the mystery box: Google Home Mini, Mophie battery pack, canary camera, LG Tone Pro headset, Ryze Tello Mini Drone and Belkin car charger.

Currently, the Tech Pack seems to be sold because of tremendous interest. In addition, Verizon would not say how often it will send these mystery boxes to subscribers, but there is no subscription fee to register.

Vergeon reports Verizon claims that this is just an attempt that helps the carrier determine how many items to include in the box and how often they are sent to subscribers. Hopefully we will soon learn more about Verin’s Tech Pack service because it looks quite interesting for the technology.

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