Samsung Galaxy Nexus now just $99.99 at Verizon, it’s still free at Amazon

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus can now be bought from Verizon Wireless for just $99.99, provided you’re open to signing a new two-year contract of course. The smartphone had started selling a few months ago for no less than $299.99, so this is a significant price cut.

That said, if you want to purchase Verizon’s version of the Galaxy Nexus, you should not be doing so directly from the carrier.

Since early June, you’ve been able to get a Galaxy Nexus from Amazon for $0.01 – so basically free. This offer is still valid. Sure, you’ll have to sign the same two-year contract with Big Red, but hey – you’ve just saved an additional $99.98 by doing this.

On the other hand, Verizon’s price cutting could indicate the fact that its Galaxy Nexus might be approaching end-of-life status. So if you’ve always wanted to get your hands on this device, but for some reason haven’t so far, now may be a great time.

Via Droid Life

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Anonymous

    It is so very good feature in the samsung galaxy .

  • George Dunn

    Google at its best! I am a graphic designer here in Atlanta, and i have never relied on a phone so much for work. This phone’s amazing capabilities coupled with AT&T’s 4G LTE (sorry Verizon, i want Android 4.1) network genuinely make my life easier. Thanks, Google!

  • Joan Bailey

    Same here; got the 4G LTE, check. AT&T in the ATL, check. Verizon had been my carrier for years but syonora. Is that how you spell it? But, I’m a hairdresser, not a graphics designer.