Verizon Galaxy Nexus available for just $154.99 from LetsTalk

December 14th at 8:10 PM

Verizon Galaxy Nexus available for just $154.99 from LetsTalk

Verizon Wireless finally announced launch details for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Wednesday, revealing that the world’s first 4G LTE-enabled Android 4.0 handset will cost $299.99 on contract beginning on Thursday, December 15th. We reviewed the Galaxy Nexus last month and while the Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphone was very impressive, $300 is a lot of money for a device that will likely lose much of its allure in less than a month when the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off on January 10th. At half price however, the Galaxy Nexus is almost irresistible. Starting at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday morning, mobile retailer LetsTalk is offering the new Nexus flagship phone for just $154.99 with a new two-year contract. The phone will retail for $229.99 and a special $75 coupon available on LetsTalk’s Facebook page — simply visit and click the “Verizon Deals” link in the sidebar to see the coupon — brings the price down to $154.99 with a new contract. Existing subscribers looking to upgrade will pay a $20 premium, bringing the total to $174.99. A link to LetsTalk’s Galaxy Nexus page follows below, and it will go live at 12:01 a.m. Pacific on Thursday. More →

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LetsTalk offering $50 off of Verizon smartphones through August 31st

August 26th at 10:15 PM

LetsTalk offering $50 off of Verizon smartphones through August 31st has announced that it is offering $50 off any Verizon Wireless smartphone purchase through August 31st, provided users sign up for a new two-year contract. The discount creates several compelling deals. For example, Verizon customers can pick up the Samsung DROID Charge 4G LTE phone for $49.99 with a new contract, or the HTC ThunderBolt 4G device for just $19. also confirmed with BGR that it expects to offer Verizon’s new BlackBerry Bold 9930 on August 31st and while final pricing for that phone is still unknown, it will be eligible for the $50 coupon for that day until the deal expires. Customers can take advantage of the deal by entering coupon code “bbaf0cf6″(updated) during check-out, and the offer is valid through August 31st. More →


LetsTalk announces Verizon Android phone sale for Memorial Day

May 27th at 6:10 PM

LetsTalk announces Verizon Android phone sale for Memorial Day

Amazon isn’t the only game in town when it comes to deep discounts on popular smartphones, and while Amazon’s 4G phone sale is certainly impressive, LetsTalk has a few even more appealing deals for Memorial Day. From now through May 31st, the online retailer is offering several incentives that add up to big savings on Verizon Wireless’ Android smartphones. First, LetsTalk is offering free overnight shipping on all Android phones. Add to that a 20%-off coupon for all Verizon Android phones (coupon code 7c7f3319) and we’re looking at some of the lowest prices we’ve seen yet on several sleek smartphones. Some highlights from LetsTalk’s sale include the Motorola DROID X2 for $120, the Sony Ericson Xperia PLAY for $80 and the HTC DROID Incredible 2 for just $64. Countless other smartphones are already priced at $0.01 or even free, so Amazon clearly has some competition over the coming long weekend. More →


Palm Pre available for $79.99 at Walmart through tomorrow

September 27th at 11:00 AM

Palm Pre available for $79.99 at Walmart through tomorrow


Following news that Amazon chopped pricing on the Palm Pre to an attractive $99.99, Walmart has swooped in to undercut the massive online retailer — albeit just for the long weekend. Truth be told however, we’re not sure what an extra $20 is going to do if the jump from $200 to $100 wasn’t enough incentive for those debating whether or not to take the leap. What’s more, the deal involves a $100 mail-in rebate whereas Amazon’s $100 price is out the door. Whatever the case, if you’re okay with a smartphone that will cost you $80-$100+ per month, that extra $20 entry fee should hardly be keeping you from snagging a Pre. Walmart’s deal is good through tomorrow so if the hassle of a rebate is worth saving $20 to you, better act fast.