Samsung Galaxy Nexus available for $220 at Fry's Electronics, $200 at Amazon
So, after several lengthy months of anticipation, Verizon finally announced that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is ready to hit the shelves. The smartphone will be made available today for the hefty on-contract price of $300.
But is any of the third-party retailers willing to slash that figure down to something more tempting? Of course! Fry's Electronics is offering the Galaxy Nexus for $220 with a new 2-year contract and for $250 should you choose to renew. If patience is something you don't have much of, the smartphone can be bought at a brick and mortar Fry's Electronics outlet, or if 2 to 3 days shipping time won't hurt you, just purchase it at the retailer's online store.
Alternatively, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus can be purchased on Amazon where it currently bears a $200 price tag for new Verizon subscribers, while upgrades are priced at $250. Unfortunately, the smartphone is currently backordered and is expected to ship in about 8 to 9 days.
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