Verizon will donate up to $250K to Wounded Warrior Project when you buy a phone

The campaign runs through May 31.

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The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are two 4G LTE phones that sell with Verizon.

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Buy a new phone, donate money to charity.

If you open a new Verizon customer account between now and May 31, the carrier will donate $10 to the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that provides services for wounded veterans. Verizon will donate up to $250,000 in all. 

Big Red sweetens the deal with a $200 prepaid Mastercard when you activate a new LTE phone on a new line of service, plus $15 off your monthly unlimited plan. 

Jump over to Verizon's site for all the details.