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iPhone 8 and iPhone X get Verizon discounts

A $699 credit offer towards a second of Apple's latest iPhones kicks in Jan. 29, but you need to buy two.

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Apple's 2017 iPhones are on tap for Verizon discounts.

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There weren't a ton of huge sales on the iPhone 8, 8 Plus or iPhone X over the holidays, but anyone who's been on the fence might consider Verizon's offer.

Starting Monday, Jan. 29, customers trading in a phone for an iPhone 8, 8 Plus or iPhone X will get $699 towards a second phone.

The deal applies for phone upgraders and switchers: It's similar to a buy-one-get-one-free deal Verizon just launched for Android phones. The discount is applied as a credit to the phone bill spread over 24 months, and both iPhones have to be purchased at once. 

More details, per Verizon:

·  Purchase both phones on device payment 

·  Activate a new line on Verizon Unlimited

·  Trade in your phone within 30 days. You will receive the trade-in value in addition to the bill credits. 

Apple isn't expected to have another new flagship iPhone anytime soon, although Apple's entry-level iPhone SE was announced in the spring of 2016 two years ago.

Currently, T-Mobile also has a "buy an iPhone, get an iPhone 8" deal, too.