Deals: Get a $200 Virtual Gift Card and Free HomePod Mini With Purchase of iPhone 13 at Visible

It's iPhone 13 launch day today, and anyone who hasn't pre-ordered the smartphone still has plenty of options to purchase the new iPhone. In this article we're highlighting a deal from Verizon-owned Visible Wireless, which is a low-cost alternative to the big name carriers.

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If you purchase an iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, or iPhone 13 Pro Max at Visible, you can get a $200 virtual gift card to spend almost anywhere online and a free HomePod mini. You'll need to join Visible as a new customer and transfer your number from an eligible carrier to get this deal.

After completing three months of service payments on your iPhone 13, Visible will send an email with a code to redeem the virtual gift card. For the HomePod mini, you just need to purchase one of the four new iPhone 13 models, transfer your number, activate the new smartphone, and then you'll get an email with a code to redeem the free HomePod mini on Visible's store.

Visible offers monthly payment plan options, or you can pay the full price of the iPhone 13 up front. Although this deal doesn't include straight cash discounts on the new iPhones, getting about $300 worth in value with the purchase of the smartphone could be worth it for some shoppers, especially those who don't yet own a HomePod mini.

For offers on the iPhone 13 from other carriers, be sure to visit our roundup of deals from carriers and retailers on the new smartphones. If you're in the market for a new iPhone, we've begun tracking the latest carrier deals in our Best iPhone Deals guide. This includes discounts and offers from AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, and more.

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Top Rated Comments

Royksöpp Avatar
37 months ago

You might want to double check that - they started locking their phones a while back.
So I spoke to a couple of people at Visible and they told me that the phones would be locked for 60 days, after which they would be automatically unlocked. Apperenlty they started that today.
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klem Avatar
37 months ago
I have only good things to say about Visible as a carrier. If you join the reddit party pay group ('https://www.visible.com/p/Reddit_Upvote'), it comes to $25/mo, no contract, for unlimited everything (including using your phone as a hotspot), and 5G. And they use Verizon's towers, so I've never had an issue with service. Not sure why more people haven't switched, it's an insanely good deal.
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ersan191 Avatar
37 months ago
Before anyone jumps on this, understand that Visible will direct all of your internet traffic through servers in one of two datacenters - Denver and New Jersey.

If you don’t live or use your phone near one of their datacenters you will get ping in the hundreds of milliseconds range and very unreliable speeds.
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Mr. Dee Avatar
37 months ago
iPhone 13 seems to be all about the deals. Apple doesn’t want a repeat of the iPhone XS and XR. Which suggest, they have a substantial upgrade in the works for the successor to the 13 and 2023.
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