By Alexandra Burlacu | Dec 30, 2013 07:32 AM EST
Verizon Wireless is having a year-end promotion, offering heavy discounts on some of its most popular Android devices.
The carrier's promotion applies to several Android smartphones and tablets, allowing interested customers to hop into the new year with a brand new device. The offer is not that spectacular since heavy discounts are pretty common from retailers such as Amazon and others, but now Big Red customers can get some real savings straight from their carrier.
Verizon wants to attract as many customers as possible before 2013 runs out, and this new promotion aims to make its most popular Android devices more enticing. In the smartphone department, Verizon Wireless is offering the Moto X, the Motorola Droid Ultra, and the HTC One for just $49.99 when signing a new two-year contract. All three of these smartphones have proved to be very popular, and the new price tags are bound to make them even more appealing. Other handsets that are part of this promotion include the king of battery performance, the Motorola Droid Maxx, which is now on sale for $149.99, as well as the Droid Mini, which is now available for free with a two-year contract.
When it comes to popular Android tablets, Verizon Wireless is slashing as much as $200 off the regular price of three Samsung tablets. Under the new promotion, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is now $99.99, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 costs $249.99, while the Galaxy Note 10.1 goes for $299.99. To take advantage of these offers, interested buyers will have to sign a two-year data contract with the carrier.
As expected, this promotion will not last for long. Verizon is feeling generous for the holidays, but the deals will expire as soon as the year runs out. This means that you have little time left to take advantage of these offers, as the aforementioned devices will return to their normal pricing when 2014 kicks in.
To learn more about this promotion or to place an order, head over to Verizon's website at this link and check out what the carrier has to offer.