Verizon Galaxy Nexus drops to $0.01 with Amazon Wireless

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It looks like Amazon Wireless has once again lowered the pricing for the Verizon Wireless capable Galaxy Nexus. The handset has dropped in price and is now down to $0.01. Though, that is only going to be available for certain customers. The one penny pricing applies to new customers as well as those already on a family account looking to add a new line. Basically, you will need to be adding a new line of service with Verizon Wireless in order to get that price. And just to clarify, those new lines of service come with the standard two-year agreements. Those looking to upgrade will have to shell out a bit more, $149.99. Finally, those making the purchase can also expect to get free two-day shipping and some free premium apps. The app offer is described as follows;

“For a limited time, get premium apps free with the purchase of an Android device. Apps must be selected during checkout at time of purchase. Apps selected after purchase are subject to regular price. Available list of free apps is subject to change.”

Via [Amazon Wireless]

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