Wirefly & Amazon prices the Motorola DROID 2 at $89.99 on-contract

Wirefly & Amazon prices the Motorola DROID 2 at $89.99 on-contract
Still under a month since its debut, the Motorola DROID 2 has been priced aggressively amongst the handful of online wireless retailers out there. This time around though, both Wirefly and Amazon reduced the price of the Android powered smartphone just by a little bit more to $89.99 on-contract. Although that's a drop of $10 from the previous week, it still is substantially appealing versus the full on-contract price of $199.99 that Big Red is charging customers online and in-stores.

Now this special promotion is only available to new customers looking to sign on with Verizon, but thankfully, both retailers are offering free shipping with the purchase of the handset. Who knows what may happen in the following weeks, but one thing is clear, the pricing for the DROID 2 is more than reasonable for anyone's budget.

Motorola DROID 2 Specifications | Review

source: Wirefly & Amazon



1. hornetmx

Posts: 71; Member since: Mar 12, 2010

Great price, but i wil never buy cell phones fro amazon again. I ordered 2 droid 2 months ago. They sent/billed me for 3 phones and it was a pretty painful experience. I had to spend a few hours to try to get that resolve with both verizon and amazon. Amazon's customer service wasnt bad, but the fact that they had sent the info to vzw made it a borderline nightmare. Maybe im one of the few, but just be careful using their website, and remember you are also agreeing to an additional contract with amazon on top of verizon's with its own terms and conditions. When i received the phones I thought it was still worth it since I had saved $80 bucks on each phone, but believe me, never again. There is something to be said for great customer service.

2. BobbyTaba

Posts: 316; Member since: Aug 11, 2010

I had a great time with amazon but when u pick ur first phone it puts the same phone as your second. So when u thot u were choosing ur second u actually got a 3rd one.

3. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

I don't know about Amazon, but after reading all the stupid stipulations Wirefly wants you to meet, their automatic termination fee if you don't, and then reading customer testimonials about how they will screw things up on your order so the only way to fix them IS to break their contract by changing features, phones, etc, there is no way I'll ever buy from them. So what did that scam company pay you to advertise for them, PA?

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