Verizon knocks a third off Galaxy Nexus – just $199

Verizon knocks a third off Galaxy Nexus – just $199
Considering the Galaxy Nexus is debuting over at Sprint for a cool $200, it comes as no surprise that Verizon has kicked $100 off the contract price of the Android 4.0 powered handset.

According to Verizon’s site, a brand new Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a new 2-year agreement will now only cost $199, making it the same price as the DROID 4, LG Spectrum, and the HTC Rezound. Unfortunately, those of you looking to pickup this device contract free aren’t privy to the same savings. The full retail price remains at $649.99.

We reached out to a Verizon Wireless sales associate via their website to find out if those who purchased the device that are still within the 14-day return period would be eligible for a price match. We were informed that we would have to return the device and repurchase it under the 14-day worry free policy and would be subjected to a $35 restocking fee. In short, if you purchased this device in the last 2 weeks, you can get back $65 after a lot of hassle.

source: Verizon Wireless

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