Users interested in the purchase of a new mobile phone on the airwaves of Verizon Wireless can now take advantage of a special promotion that the carrier is running for five of its Android handsets.
As part of this promotion, four of the company’s DROID smartphones are available for only $9.99 each and will remain so until March 12th.
Among DROID devices that are cheaper at Verizon now we can count the Motorola DROID X2 and the DROID 3, along with the Samsung DRIOD Charge and the HTC DROID Incredible 2.
As stated above, the offer is available until March 12th, and cannot be used for upgrading to a new handset.
All these are appealing smartphones, and those who are considering a new purchase but would also want to save a few bucks should consider having a look at Verizon’s promotion.
At the same time, we should note that the price reduction Verizon operated for all these suggests that new smartphones might soon be launched on its network.
Nothing has officially been confirmed on the matter for the time being, but previous rumors suggested that at least two new 4G-capable smartphones
were on their way to the carrier.
In addition to the aforementioned four DROIDs, Verizon also cut the price tag for its HTC Rhyme smartphone, which is now available
for free. The smartphone will maintain the reduced price tag until March 17th.
The wireless carrier offers the much less appealing Pantech Hotshot for the same price tag ($0), also until March 17th.
Before heading over to Verizon’s website to purchase any of the above, users should note that the prices are available only with the signing of a two year contract agreement.
All these devices can be found via Verizon’s online store
today, but should be available through the wireless carrier’s brick and mortar stores around the country as well.