Droid Charge Is Latest Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone to See Price Drop

As we get closer to the launch of the Motorola Droid Bionic, it’s no surprise that some of the other 4G LTE smartphones on Verizon are seeing their prices get slashed by online retailers. Just recently, the LG Revolution dropped to a mere $99 on a new contract and Samsung’s Droid Charge is the latest victim of a price slashing at both Wirefly and Amazon.

Droid Charge

While both retailers have dropped the price of the Droid Charge, one offer is considerably more attractive than the other. Amazon currently lists the Droid Charge at $180 on a new two year contract with Verizon while Wirefly has dropped the phone down to an extraordinary low price of $130. That’s a pretty good price for a phone that has only been out for a few months and boasts 4G LTE speeds.

And, in order to sweeten the offer that much more, the retailers are offering free shipping on top of the discount as well.

It’s unclear how long these prices will last but with the Droid Bionic on the way this summer, we don’t see the prices getting too much higher than that $180 price point that Amazon currently has going on.

You can find Amazon’s offer here and Wirefly’s offer here.

  

Comments

  1. Mikelmcnabb says

    at&t customer service,,, nice adage,,poor service and not one person in the call center can give you the same answer to the same question! Do they lie or just pull the answers to your questions out of their a_ _ or mid air,,, you have three guesses on that one!! &trust me thee answers are never correct.well guess at&t is losing another customer,, i activated 3 phones with verizon today so long at&t you can put your service plans in the same place you pull your answers from!!

  2. BrianB13 says

    That’s exactly why they have kept the release date of the Bionic under wraps so that people will purchase the existing 4G LTE phones not knowing when the Bionic will finally appear.  Its the same reason why Verizon is ending unlimited data access ahead of the Bionic coming out.  They just need to release it prior to the Galaxy S II and the iPhone 5 coming out on 4G LTE. 

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