Stay Connected From Day One
Nova Credit's partnership with Verizon lets you use your credit history to apply for device financing and phone plans. Using foreign credit history, those working, studying, and living in the U.S. can finance a new smartphone with 0% interest payment plans for up to 36 months, subject to approval — no U.S. credit history required.
Use Nova Credit at Verizon
Find a nearby Verizon store that accepts foreign credit history through Nova Credit. Filter by "Verizon Company Stores" for participating store locations.
If you’re coming from one of the following countries, you can access Verizon phone plans even if you don’t have U.S. credit history.
Guides & Resources for U.S. Newcomers
Guide to Picking the Right Cell Phone Plan in the U.S.
Picking a new phone plan in the U.S. can be difficult, particularly when there are dozens of options to choose from and it isn’t clear which one truly offers better services. Read our guide below on how to pick the right cell phone provider plan for you.
Will Multiple Credit Cards Help Build Credit Faster?
If you’re starting to build your credit in the United States, opening multiple credit cards might be a good idea. But does having multiple credit cards help your score? What are the benefits of having multiple credit cards and do they outweigh the costs?
How to Build Credit in the U.S.
Knowing how to build your credit score is crucial when you're moving to the US. Good options for establishing credit in the United States are to transfer your credit score from your home country, applying for secured credit cards and others.
Become An Expert In Moving to the U.S.
Our newsletter, The Arrive, has the best advice on setting up life in the U.S., whether you’re planning the move, have recently arrived, or are staying long-term.