Amazon cuts Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S III to $139.99 for new customers or $149.99 for upgrades
whopping $60 off the $199.99 price of the phone at Verizon. To get this price, you need to activate a new line and sign a two-year contract. For those who are already Verizon customers and wish to upgrade, the Samsung Galaxy S III will cost $10 more or $149.99 with a new two-year pact. That deal saves existing customers $50 which is still a substantial savings.
Amazon's deal is for a limited time only, so if you've already decided on the Samsung Galaxy S III as your phone and Verizon as your carrier, you might want to take advantage of the deal before it goes away.
source: AmazonWireless via AndroidAuthority
1. Tre-Nitty posted on 08 Sep 2012, 18:45 1 4
That's normal for android devices. They always get a fairly quick price drop.
3. networkdood posted on 08 Sep 2012, 19:12 1 3
Well, part of that is because other websites can sell the product. It is no big deal as I purchased my DROID RAZR for a penny last November when it was still 299.99. I am glad the price drops as I would hate to spend 199.99 on something that is outdated when it first hits the shelves (not referring to Samsung or Moto here...lol).
8. networkdood posted on 08 Sep 2012, 21:40 2 1
BTW, when I say I would hate to spend 199.99 on something that is outdated when it hits the shelves, I was speaking of the iphone.
13. E.N. posted on 09 Sep 2012, 03:26 1 1
I love how you have to spell out that you were bashing the iPhone so you're Android friends can start liking your comment because otherwise they won't. Desperate for approval......so sad
15. networkdood posted on 09 Sep 2012, 09:12 0 0
wine and cheese, my friend, wine and cheese
16. E.N. posted on 09 Sep 2012, 20:08 0 0
"something that is outdated"
"-1 for truth...cool"
"not referring to Samsung or Moto here"
"BTW...I was speaking of the iphone"
Just saying, you were obviously fishing for likes from you android friends
17. networkdood posted on 10 Sep 2012, 11:07 0 0
e.n., you need stop crying....and driveling
18. E.N. posted on 10 Sep 2012, 14:50 0 0
and you, like many Android commenters here, need to grow a backbone and not post so everyone can like you.
4. rusticguy posted on 08 Sep 2012, 19:45 2 1
Price drops are normal so not sure why this is said to be "BAD NEWS" for those who already bought it.
10. networkdood posted on 08 Sep 2012, 22:41 1 1
the bad news is just talk from the snooty iphone elitists...
5. taz89 posted on 08 Sep 2012, 19:50 2 2
dont amazon allways do this ie undercut everyone,,,dont think this is news really unless verizon themselves actually drop the price...you writing as if once the iphone 5 comes out no one will want an s3 or any other phone...you do know people who want the iphone 5 will wait however long lol even if there is no iphone 5 next week the people who want an iphone 5 will wait regardless if it comes out next week,next month or next year..whos to say that when the iphone is announced and is not that big of a jump, they dont buy the s3 instead..as always there will be 20+ million apple loyalist who buy ONLY apple will buy the iphone 5 regardless but then there will be the other millions who are not blinded by ''brand loyalty'' that will get an s3 or a one x etc...just hate it when people try to say that once the iphone is out no one would want any other phone
6. networkdood posted on 08 Sep 2012, 21:39 1 1
yes, amazon normally does undercut, as does Walmart. The iphone 4GS (which will be the name of the new iphone) should sell for only 99.99, because that is all it is worth.
9. Tre-Nitty posted on 08 Sep 2012, 21:47 0 2
That's your opinion, ijs! Btw, what the hell does the iPhone have to do with this discussion? Very weird.
11. networkdood posted on 08 Sep 2012, 22:42 1 1
iphone is a phone? right? and you were slighting android with your first comment...come on now, do not play dumb.
12. Tre-Nitty posted on 08 Sep 2012, 23:56 0 2
I'm slighting android but I'm typing on a one x. I tell ya, android and their loyalists never cease to amaze me. Don't be butt hurt because android devices don't hold retail value because of over saturation. You should be happy because of cheaper flagship devices.
14. networkdood posted on 09 Sep 2012, 09:11 0 0
One X...lol....ok, sure, bud.