Samsung Omnia is not widely available across the US (it will be starting December 8), yet Verizon Wireless has already decided to cut its price from $249.99 to $199.99 (a 2-yr contract agreement is obviously required).
Needless to say, this is good news for all those who have pondered on buying the Omnia but felt the $250 price tag is a little too high.
The handset’s no-contract price has remained the same, $439.99, so if you don’t need a new Verizon agreement but do want an Omnia, you’ll still have to pay quite a lot.
But hey, the Omnia is by no means an ordinary device, so I think many US customers will be quite happy with it, regardless of the way they choose to buy it.
With the new price, Samsung’s new handset might actually become a commercial hit and soon be out of stock – like Verizon’s HTC Touch Pro currently is, despite the fact that, with a 2-yr contract agreement, it’s sold for a steep $349.
Source: Verizon Wireless
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