Verizon cuts Droid prices by up to $100 ahead of new wave
updated 11:15 pm EST, Tue March 1, 2011
by MacNN Staff
Verizon holds huge Droid phone sale
Verizon made clear its intent to clear its slate for new Android phones on Tuesday by launching a major Droid Promo. The deal cuts the prices of most Droid-badged phones by as much as $100. Most of the HTC- and Motorola-made phones are now free on a contract, even including the Droid 2 R2D2 edition.
The only devices that still have an up-front price include the more recent and advanced phones, such as the DroidPro ($80), Droid 2 Global ($100) and the non-refurb Droid X ($50). Verizon hasn't said when the promo ends but does note that each needs a smartphone data plan along with voice.