Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus is selling for a single penny for a limited time through Amazon

Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus is selling for a single penny for a limited time through Amazon
There’s no question about it, but the Samsung Galaxy S III seems to be all the rage nowadays – especially now that it’s officially coming stateside to 5 wireless carriers. Even better is the fact that the wait doesn’t seem to be long for them, but if you’re looking to pick up a highly prized smartphone for dirt cheap right now, you might want to consider the first Ice Cream Sandwich device in the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Specifically, big time online retailer Amazon is throwing a special promotion on Verizon’s variant of the beloved smartphone, as brand new customers can snag it for a mere penny with your signature on a 2-year agreement. According to the retailer, this special pricing is valid for only a limited time – so you’d better take advantage of it before it’s too late.

However, if you’re an existing customer with a qualified upgrade in hand, you’ll have to pay $149.99 to purchase it, which is still a savings over the pricing being offered by Verizon directly. Even though the Galaxy S III is starting to gain steam stateside, the Galaxy Nexus is still regarded as one relevant Android smartphone in the landscape – so yeah, don’t miss out on this deal!

source: Amazon via AndroidGuys

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3. AB00110101

Posts: 7; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

Right after I send my Nexus in to Samsung for repairs -__-

4. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

Just go to the Verizon product reviews. Phone has a bad habit of dropping calls, and muffling sounds.

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