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Verizon to offer new credit card through Synchrony partnership

Verizon to offer new credit card through Synchrony partnership

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On Jan. 23, Verizon Communications announced it has teamed up with consumer financial services company Synchrony Financial to launch a co-branded credit card for Verizon customers.

The card is expected to debut in the first half of 2020.

While details on the card are forthcoming, the potential for new cardholders is huge as Verizon’s customer base is around 153 million and is currently the leading wireless carrier in the U.S. after AT&T in terms of the number of subscribers.

Synchrony is a leading co-branded card provider, with a heavy focus on partnerships with retailers, having most recently forged a partnership with Amazon to offer the Amazon Store Card. Some of the 100-plus card partnerships with Synchrony include Gap, Sam’s Club, American Eagle, PayPal, eBay and BP Visa.

To keep up to date on the new card details, Verizon is providing an email sign-up option at verizon.com/YourNewCard.


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