Verizon has a few sales on certified pre-owned smartphones and tablets going until this Thursday, December 29.
Verizon has knocked $80 off the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, asking $349.99 on a two-year contract for the 16 GB model, or $449.99 for the 32 GB version. Verizon has also reduced the price of the HTC ThunderBolt by $80, and is now $69.99 on a two-year commitment. The Samsung Continuum, Verizon Jetpack LTE hotspot, and Samsung Fascinate have all had their on-contract prices slashed by a modest $20, but they’re all free (or close to it) at that rate. The Samsung Droid Charge and LG Revolution are both $70 on-contract after having $30 shaved off the usual device cost. Finally, the Motorola Droid Pro is free after $50 off, and the Droid Bionic is $80 after $70 off and a two-year contract. Costco is selling the Droid Bionic for $100, but they’re tossing in some accessories.
Sure, these are mostly older phones, and the savings aren’t exactly mind-blowing, but if you were in the market to pick up a new phone from Verizon anyway, this would be a good chance. You can get started on any of the above deals at their holiday sale landing page here.