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Verizon Offering 50% Off $199 And Higher On-Contract Priced Android Devices

December 19, 2014 - Written By John Anon

With each day that passes, Christmas is inching closer and closer. If you have done all your shopping then well done. You can now relax and enjoy the last few days. If you have not though, you best get a move on as time is running out. Either way though and whether you are looking for a deal for yourself or for someone else then it looks like the deals are not over yet. Verizon has launched an interesting one day.

It seems Verizon are currently offering all android devices over $199.99 (on-contract) at half price. If you are in the market for a new device then this is seriously a deal worth looking at. In fairness though, the number of devices which has an on-contract list price of over $200 is limited, but that said, it does seem to include the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the Sony Xperia Z3v and the Motorola DROID Turbo. So although the list is limited, these three devices alone make it a deal worth paying attention to. As such, you can currently pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for $149.99. The Sony Xperia Z3v is coming in at $99 and the Motorola DROID Turbo also comes in at $99.

It is worth remembering that these prices are for an on-contract price. So, these deals might not be the best present for someone else this Christmas as you do need to sign up for a two-year Verizon contract. However, if you have already done all your shopping and fancy picking up a new device or treat for yourself, then with this deal you could get a decent phone with very little upfront. If you are being tempted then it is also worth noting, that Verizon are offering overnight delivery free of charge. As such, you have until December 23rd at 4pm to still guarantee arrival before Christmas. So what do you think? Anyone interesting in picking up the Note 4, Xperia Z3v or DROID Turbo at these prices? If you do then make sure to let us know. For those definitely interested, click the source link below to head directly over to the Verizon site.