Great news Verizon subscribers! It seems that big red is lowering the retail costs of some of their devices. Could this be just a Black Friday weekend deal? Or will this stick permanently? In any case, if you are due for an upgrade and have been wanting something new and fresh to hold in your hand throughout the holidays and well into the next year or two, its the time to get into your local Verizon or go to their website and give yourself a little gift of an upgraded device.
The craziest of the deals looks like the HTC One Max, (which isn’t crazy because it’s an extremely low price, but because it was only released just over a week ago and they have already dropped it $100) which is HTC’s flagship for VZW and used to retail at $599 off contract at launch, $299 on. It now however is going for $499 retail off contract. Its still a lot of money but a nice $100 off is nothing to complain about. Other than the HTC One Max, you can grab the LG G2 and the Galaxy S 4 for $499 also. If you like your droid line products, you can now grab the Droid Ultra for $449, and the Droid Mini for $399. Don’t forget about the other mini device though as you can also pick up the Galaxy S 4 mini at $399 as well.
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That’s a whole lot of options for new phones at slashed retail prices that are for all intensive purposes just too good to pass up. If you’re looking for a way to grab some new phones off contract, and you use Verizon service already or know someone that does, using Verizon’s Iconic portal is the best way to go about this and you definitely won’t find a better off contract price deal on these phones anywhere else. Its also worth pointing out that if under $400 bucks is your perfect price range, you may want to wait for the upcoming Cyber Monday deal on the Moto X. During this deal you can grab a 16GB model for just $349 and the 32GB model if you need double the storage at just $399. That deal is worth its weight in gold alone. Especially considering its original off contract price for both models respectively. So who’s going phone shopping this weekend?