Verizon has taken to celebrating the New Year’s Eve spirit in full style by announcing a limited-time sale on its smartphones and tablets which can be purchased right now with standard two-year agreements. While the Droid Mini is going for free, the Droid Ultra, the HTC One and the Moto X are all being sold at $49.99, alongside other discounted products.
The now free Droid Mini has its original price set at $49.99 which means a straight $50 cut in its value. Same applies to the Droid Ultra, the HTC One and the Moto X which have their original prices locked at $99.99. The long-lasting he Droid Maxx furthermore, is going for $149.99 which is again $50 cheaper than its value of $199.99.
Coming to the tablets, it’s only the Samsung Galaxy slates which are on sale. A whopping $200 cut is being offered on them. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is listed at $99.99, whereas the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is priced at $249.99. The Galaxy Note 10.1 on the other hand is being sold at $399.99.
Like we said, two-year contracts will of course need to be signed by those who decide to avail of these offers. The most important part about these discounts moreover, is that they aren’t supposed to be valid for long. They will be taken off once 2014 begins, so you’d better hurry up with your purchases.
In other recent news related to the big red carrier, the Verizon Moto G was spotted in an image, and it looks set to be made available on January 9, at an astoundingly low price of $100.