Verizon Advertising $100 OFF Any Droid Phone

Verizon has shaved $100 off the cost of their Droid lineup of smart phones and wants you to know about it. The carrier has been sending out emails this week advertising the fact that one can grab a new or certified pre-owned Droid at extremely tempting prices. If you’re cool with picking up a used, but guaranteed device, you could get a Droid 2 or Droid X for free. That special edition R2-D2 Droid that launched back in the fall? He’s free.

The only catch to these deals is that you need to sign a new two-year service agreement with a qualifying data plan. Speaking of which, you’d be wise to grab that $29.99 unlimited package as we hear it’s going away later this year.

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5 Comments

  1. Techno-Update
    March 04, 20:12 Reply

    Hope the unlimited 3g for $29.99 last a lot longer. Its a great deal, just like the prices on the droids.

  2. Terrormaster
    March 04, 21:17 Reply

    I’d be all over this if Verizon offered a stock vanilla Android Droid device (other than the OG Droid) but I’ve sworn off buying any Android device from Verizon until they carry such.

    • Hsuede7
      March 05, 07:12 Reply

      Nobody has vanilla android phones anymore and probably never will again

      • Lee
        March 06, 17:13 Reply

        TMobile does, the G2 is vanilla stock.

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