Amazon offering Galaxy Nexus for $149.99 with new contracts

Amazon offering Galaxy Nexus for $149.99 with new contracts

Amazon just dropped a note in our inbox to let us know that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is on sale for $149.99 for a limited time only.  If you’re thinking about picking one of these up from Verizon, and looking for a new line of service, then grab the Android 4.0 phone for half its normal asking price!  Although not quite as awesome as the new contract price, eligible upgrades can be had for $249.99, still a savings of $50 over Verizon’s cost.  It looks to be back-ordered a bit right now but that’s to be expected when you release a much-anticipated device at half price.

Don’t forget that if you buy this phone and activate the mobile hotspot plan then you will receive a $100 gift card from Amazon!  Sounds like a bunch of wins all the way around!

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  1. Ilya Eliseev
    December 15, 14:24 Reply

    I love Amazon :) All my recent purchases were from Amazon !

  2. Evad
    December 15, 15:16 Reply

    Apparently they just pulled it, because it was in my cart and now it’s not.  I was unable to re-add it.

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