If you don’t want to pay $299, and neither $199 for a new LTE 4G Android smartphone from Verizon, Amazon has got you covered: the giant retailer is offering the HTC Thunderbolt for only $129.99 with a new 2-yr contract agreement.
The Thunderbolt is – of course – Verizon’s first LTE handset. It was originally launched for $299, then its price dropped to $199.
Sure enough, now you may want to wait for the Samsung Droid Charge – Verizon’s second LTE smartphone – which will be available starting April 28.
However, if you don’t need a Super AMOLED display, Amazon’s $129 Thunderbolt is definitely worth your attention. The offer is valid until this Sunday (April 24) – check it out here at Amazon.
Verizon has yet another two new LTE handsets in the pipeline: the LG Revolution (which may be released next month), and the Motorola Droid Bionic (which should hit the shelves sometime in the summer).
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