Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus can be tough to find at the moment. Great demand has made it disappear from most well-known third-party retailers such as Amazon and Letstalk. Which is a shame, since they were offering the handset for a lot less than Verizon itself.
If you’re hunting for a Galaxy Nexus bargain though worry not for we have you covered. See, the superphone is now available (as in actually in stock) at Wirefly for a cool $229.99. That’s $70 less than what Big Red asks for it. It may not be the $149.99 that Amazon once wanted you to pay for the same device, but you simply can’t order one at Amazon right now.
Surely you’ve gathered that, like the majority of offers we post about, this price only applies to new two-year contracts. Still, if you’re willing to switch to Verizon for the Galaxy Nexus, head on over to Wirefly to order yours.
If you don’t enjoy the prospect of being tied up to Verizon for a couple of years, don’t mind losing LTE support, and can shell out more dough upfront, then perhaps you should get an unlocked unit. These should work both on AT&T and T-Mobile, HSPA+ support included.
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