Return of the Verizon DROID ERIS BOGO

Return of the Verizon DROID ERIS BOGO
From now until Christmas Eve, Verizon is playing Santa Claus by tossing a free phone down your chimney. Big Red has restarted its BOGO deal with the HTC DROID ERIS. Buy a Motorola DROID or a DROID ERIS and get a free DROID ERIS after a $100 mail-in rebate. Of course, a 2 year contract is required for the original purchase and for the free handset. The DROID is $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and the DROID ERIS is $99.99 after the mail-in-rebate. If you were looking to pick up either Android powered device, what's better than getting a freebie thrown in? You can always give your SO the free DROID ERIS and smooth over the fact that you used her upgrade to snag that DROID you were drooling over.

Motorola DROID Specifications | Review
Motorola DROID ERIS Specifications | Review

source: Verizon via BGR



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3 Comments

2. Corporatetool

Posts: 15; Member since: Dec 07, 2009

The Eris is a great little phone, but it came out at a horrible time. With the Droid marketing frenzy going on, most people haven't even heard of the Eris. Suppose VZW has to do something to get them out, but it's a shame that every one of this takes decent money out of store reps pockets, including myself. Bah humbug to holiday BoGos.

3. Kappy

Posts: 108; Member since: Dec 14, 2009

I heard it was a good phone. I played with one at my local Verizon store. I liked it. I actually liked it more than the moto. I am due for an upgrade like now and would get the Eris, but I'm waiting to see what else is going to come out. Apparently the Palm phones are coming, but would that really be worth it? I'd much rather go android.

1. Kappy

Posts: 108; Member since: Dec 14, 2009

clearing out Eris' for something else coming in January...? That'd be nice!

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