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Verizon Offers Free Star Wars Themed Google Cardboard Viewers

by Shane McGlaun
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Yesterday Verizon kicked off a cool offer for customers. They’re offering up free Star Wars themed Google Cardboard viewers. Verizon is offering customers viewers in four different styles.

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You can choose from BB-8, R2-D2, Kylo Ren, and Stormtrooper flavors. Other than the cool design on the outside, the viewers are the exact same as the plain cardboard ones that have been around for a while. While you can use the viewers to watch any of the numerous VR apps available on iOS and Android, fans will definitely want to check out the Star Wars app’s “Jakku Spy” virtual reality story.

Since the special kicked off yesterday, and the viewers are only available while supplies last, your local store may be out. The good news is that you can hit the landing page, put in your zip code and find local stores that are participating in the giveaway.

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