Motorola DROID gets price cut at Dell to $119.99 with 2 year contract

Motorola DROID gets price cut at Dell to $119.99 with 2 year contract
A mere two weeks after getting launched by Verizon, the carrier's flagship device, the Motorola DROID, is getting a price cut from Dell. The world's first Android 2.0 device, the DROID has been the subject of good to great reviews with many saying that with the DROID, Big Red now has a handset that can match-up with the powerful Apple iPhone. Early reports suggested that 100,000 units moved during the first weekend and another 150,000 were sold on subsequent days. Despite all this, Dell is now offering the DROID for $119.99 with a 2 year contract, which is quite a big bargain when compared to Verizon's current price of $199.99 after a mail-in rebate and with the 2 year contract. The Dell offer also applies to contract extensions which means that you do not need to be eligible for an upgrade to take advantage of the offer. The price also includes free Fed-Ex shipping, so you can't ask for much more. With Black Friday just around the corner, it will be interesting to see if Verizon takes the price of the device down a notch as a nod to Dell's action and to spur sales. Whatever the wireless operator decides to do, the action will be scrutinized and analyzed as a way to determine how well the phone is selling.

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source: Dell via IntoMobile



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