Verizon lowers the price of the Samsung Continuum to $99.99
Obviously, that’s at a comfortable price point considering that most top shelf smartphones fall in the $200 category. Part of the Galaxy S family, this is still one relevant handset with its additional ticker display that shows off some useful information without the need to fully power on the device. Granted that there are going to be some newer devices launching in the very near future, its price drop to $100 makes sense – not to mention that it’s better priced compared to some of the competition.
So if you’ve been holding out for a great deal on a Verizon smartphone, then this is probably going to be the ideal opportunity to pick one up.
1. Nick (unregistered)
Its been that way for a long time..
2. Astrostrat89 (unregistered)
Can someone explain to me why anyone would buy a phone from VZW. letstalk wirefly and others have phones for $100-$150 less then if you buy from VZW.
I'm I missing something? Why is this news worth?
3. icepikk (Posts: 32; Member since: 13 Feb 2011)
Well wirefly as an example is terrible. Have you read the fine print? They can charge an additional cancellation fee if you return a device or cancel service. Even if your phone gets shut off for something like non-payment for a bit they can charge you. Also going through their customer service is terrible and when you want to return something you have to ship it back and all that hassle.
4. Astrostrat89 (unregistered)
Thanks for the info. It was an honest question. I don't follow cell phone news very much unless I am due, and I am due now. :-)