CompUSA prices Motorola DROID X at $19.99 for new Verizon customers

CompUSA prices Motorola DROID X at $19.99 for new Verizon customers
Tick, Tick, Tick. That's the sound of the Motorola DROID X enjoying its last few weeks as Verizon's flagship phone. It won't be long until the HTC Thunderbolt becomes the carrier's first 4G model and soon Big Red will be offering dual-core powered handsets. Perhaps it is that vision of the future that gave CompUSA the motivation to offer the handset for an extremely low price for a limited time.

Available only to new Verizon customers signing a 2 year contract, the Motorola DROID X can be purchased online for $19.99 which is a $180 discount from the usual price. Activation and shipping are both also free, at least for now. So if you have been thinking about swapping your current phone for a DROID X, you might not find a better deal than this. To take advantage of this offer, click on the source link.

source: CompUSA


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DROID X
  • Display 4.3 inches
    854 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
    front
  • Hardware , 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 6.656GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1540 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3

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5 Comments

5. Zack unregistered

is the droid x's sell a refurb?!

4. MDO unregistered

Might want to wait till after January 6, when Verizon and HTC are scheduled to annouce a new 4G phone, supposedly the HTC Thunderbolt (aka the EVO for Verizon). At that time, I would expect a significant price drop on the Droid X, even for existing customers.

2. Abood unregistered

What, is it not available to upgrade customers? Where can I find a good deal for a Droid X upgrade?!

3. ecml

Posts: 129; Member since: Mar 23, 2010

Try Amazon Wireless. They currently have a deal for 79.99 upgrade for an individual line. Although it's higher than the ad above and lower than what Verizon will offer possibly.

1. Cato619

Posts: 5; Member since: Dec 08, 2010

By the way, the Droid X has held the flagship status for quite some time. It debuted in July, right? For a phone, that's pretty long, especially given the faster development cycles.

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