Wirefly has the HTC ThunderBolt & Motorola Droid X2 priced nicely at $100 on-contract

Wirefly has the HTC ThunderBolt & Motorola Droid X2 priced nicely at $100 on-contract
Knowing that Verizon is still charging a premium for them, it’s exhilarating to find Wirefly pricing the Motorola DROID X2 and HTC ThunderBolt at the smooth price of $100 with a 2-year contract – though, it's for new customers.

Literally half the cost that Big Red is asking for, the pricing is indeed wonderful considering that the Motorola DROID X2 has that snazzy dual-core processor, while the HTC ThunderBolt is reaping the benefits with its 4G LTE connectivity. Of course, we’re curious to see if Verizon is actually going forward with plans on  making the HTC ThunderBolt free during an upcoming special sale, but if that doesn’t pan out, Wirefly’s deal is still nonetheless alluring since it’s a considerable savings over Verizon’s current offering. As for existing customers with qualified upgrades, they'll need to shell out an additional $50 to pick up either smartphones for $149.99. Moreover, FedEx standard shipping is included with the purchase of course.

Naturally, you’ll have to come down with a decision because you can’t get the best of both worlds – meaning, it’s either the beauty of a dual-core processor or the speedy data connectivity of 4G LTE. Either way, we’re sure you’re bound to love their on-contract pricing.

source: Wirefly (1 & 2) via Unwired View

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