Verizon offers free Apple TVs and YouTube subscriptions to new 5G customers in four cities

Verizon will offer customers who sign up for its new 5G internet service a free Apple TV box and a subscription to Google’s YouTube streaming television service, the company announced Tuesday,” Jillian D’Onfro reports for CNBC. “Apple’s TV device normally sells for $179 while YouTube’s TV service costs $40 a month.”

“The promotion will likely be temporary: Verizon said that it the deal will be available for the ‘initial’ 5G broadband offering when it launches in four cities later this year,” D’Onfro reports. “The service will debut in Los Angeles, Houston, Sacramento, California, and Indianapolis, Indiana.”

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