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Verizon drops price of Galaxy Nexus to $100 online

updated 01:57 pm EDT, Mon July 23, 2012

Verizon begins selling Galaxy Nexus for just $100 online, $150 in stores

The price of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus has once again been slashed over at Verizon, now being as low as $100 when purchased online. When buying the phone in a store, it will cost $150. Of course, a two-year contract with voice and data is required in either case.

This is the second significant price cut at Verizon, with the first one occuring three months ago, and slashing the price down to $200 from $300. The phone is priced at $650 without a contract, which remains unchanged from before.

The Galaxy Nexus was once the flagship Android 4.0 phone, but is now overshadowed by the more recent Galaxy S III. Unlike that phone, however, it is preloaded with a stock, or un-skinned, Android build. Verizon's Nexus otherwise offers an unlockable bootloader and receives OS updates on a timely basis.



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