And the circle is now complete, as America’s biggest wireless network has finally followed AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile’s suit in rolling out probably the most anticipated Android smartphone of the fall.
As expected, Verizon is selling Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 for a fairly extravagant $299.99 with two-year contracts, though if you’re willing to deal with third-party retailers you can get it heavily slashed. To $210 through Logic Buy, but only for a limited time. Namely, until October 15 or upon the seller’s running out of stocks.
Mind you, that could happen any moment now, so less thinking, more buying. And by the by, the promo is only valid if you swing by Logic Buy’s website, but they’re not the ones fulfilling the actual orders. Instead, what they do is redirect you to Verizon, where you can apply a coupon code (i.e. VERIZON30) and see the $300 price point shrink.
Complicated stuff, albeit ultimately you should not care about anything else than scoring the Note 3 on the cheap. Or, you know, close enough, because 210 bucks with pacts is quite the small fortune in the long haul.
Remember, the Note 3 is the only handheld packing 3 gigs of RAM that’s available in the West, plus it comes with a stunning 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen in tow, quad-core Snapdragon 800 SoC, 3,200 mAh battery and 13 MP rear-facing camera. God Almighty, that’s badass!
<Source: Phone Arena>