Last week we spotted the LG Nexus 4 for T-Mobile being sold for just $76.49, and that was the cheapest we had seen it at that point. But it’s no longer the cheapest. While that may have been a good offer, T-Mobile itself decided to best it. The caveat is that it’s for a limited time only.
So, if you go to TMo right now and order a Nexus 4 online, you’ll only have to pay $49.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate) for it. That’s a $150 discount compared to the magenta carrier’s usual pricing, but it will obviously still require you to sign that dreaded new two-year contract. This offer though is only valid until February 18 (next Monday). So you still have one week to take advantage of it, if you so wish.
Another high-end smartphone that’s currently being offered for just $49.99 is Verizon’s HTC Droid DNA. If we take the screen resolution into account, this one’s even higher-end than the Nexus 4. So to see it at such a low price already is absolutely lovely. The previous best price for the Droid DNA was $99.99 about one month ago, and now that was halved.
If you’re interested, you should know that the $49.99 pricing only applies to new customers. If you’re upgrading, you’ll still have to pay $99.99. And once again, you’ll have to sign a two-year contract in either situation. With that out of the way, you can head over to Wirefly to get your HTC Droid DNA for cheap.
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