Say you’re in the market for a new Android smartphone. Say you’d like your carrier to be Verizon. And for some reason you’ve decided that your next handset will be the Motorola Droid Bionic. Well, you have two very good options at the moment – both offering the Droid Bionic a lot cheaper than it’s ever been at Verizon itself. You will, however have to make a choice – are free accessories important to you, or does getting the phone almost free count more?
See, the Droid Bionic is now just $59.99 at Costco. We know that thanks to a flyer that made its way to Droid Life (seen below). So supposedly this is valid in stores (and only until April 1). The price requires a new two-year contract with Verizon be signed of course, and it’s for new customers only (upgrades cost $89.99). At Costco you’re also getting a car dock and spare battery charger for free.
However, Amazon is offering the Droid Bionic for $0.01 with the same two-year Verizon service agreement. So if you don’t care about those accessories, or simply don’t think they’re worth $59.98, you should probably head to Amazon to purchase your new smartphone. The almost free price only applies to new customers, upgrades being $49.99 (still cheaper than at Costco though).
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