Newegg's Amazing Deals on Verizon Phones; G-Nex, RAZR, Spectrum and More

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It's not often that we hear Newegg talked about for great deals on smartphones, but that's exactly what we have today. The online retailer known for having good prices on computer hardware is getting competitive with the likes of Amazon Wireless and Wirefly. They have several great deals right now on Verizon phones. Here's a list of just a few:
  • HTC Droid Incredible 2 - Red = FREE on a new or renewed contract with data package
  • Motorola Droid X2 = FREE on a new or renewed contract with data package
  • LG Revolution = FREE on a new or renewed contract with data package
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus = $199.99 on a new contract or $229.99 renewed contract with data package
  • Motorola Droid RAZR = $169.99 on a new contract or $229.99 renewed contract with data package
  • The New LG Spectrum = $149.99 on a new or renewed contract with data package
  • Motorola Droid 3 = FREE with FREE car mount, FREE desktop dock, & FREE overnight shipping on a new or renewed contract with data package
Not bad Newegg!

Thanks for the tip, hradek422!

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Just ordered a new printer from newegg this morning (our old one went belly up over the weekend), love those guys :)
 
Just ordered a new printer from newegg this morning (our old one went belly up over the weekend), love those guys :)

Ditto. I have been using Newegg for almost all my computer parts for quite a few years.
 
Same here I built my brothers christmas present using Newegg. Highly recommended! I was worried when I saw GNex in the title of this because I just ordered one yesterday through Walmart for $199 but Newegg's price is just that.

It didn't take long for the LG Spectrum price to drop huh?
 
Nice, I just finished a complete computer build last week, everything except the speakers came from newegg

Here's the parts list
  • CoolerMaster HAF 932 Advance Chassis
  • Corsair TX650 Power Supply
  • ASUS 24" LED Monitor
  • Samsung S-ATA Blue Ray DVD Writer/Combo
  • Western Digitial 1.5TB Caviar Black HDD
  • iomega 2.0TB External HD (already owned)
  • 80GB Corsair SSD
  • ASUS M5A99X EVO DGI+VRM Motherboard
  • AMD FX 4-Core 3.6Ghz Black Edition Processor
  • XFX Double D HD-679X-ZDFC Radeon HD 6790 1GB 256-bit Video Card
  • Windows 7 Ultimate (soon to Dual Boot w/Linux Mint 12)
  • Logitech Wave Mouse/Keyboard Combo
  • Logitech Speaker/Subwoofer Combo

The cool thing with the speakers was I used $30 in BB rewards and my $10 from Google Wallet - $0.94 out the door

The entire build was about $1,200 not including the monitor which was a gift :)

Here's a few pics of the video card and the rest of the guts, and of course the desktop


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That's the case my Dad has.
 
I have the same case as well. For a build your own pc, it's great to have all of that room to work with! And cable management ftw! :biggrin:
 
Nice, I just finished a complete computer build last week, everything except the speakers came from newegg

Here's the parts list
  • CoolerMaster HAF 932 Advance Chassis
  • Corsair TX650 Power Supply
  • ASUS 24" LED Monitor
  • Samsung S-ATA Blue Ray DVD Writer/Combo
  • Western Digitial 1.5TB Caviar Black HDD
  • iomega 2.0TB External HD (already owned)
  • 80GB Corsair SSD
  • ASUS M5A99X EVO DGI+VRM Motherboard
  • AMD FX 4-Core 3.6Ghz Black Edition Processor
  • XFX Double D HD-679X-ZDFC Radeon HD 6790 1GB 256-bit Video Card
  • Windows 7 Ultimate (soon to Dual Boot w/Linux Mint 12)
  • Logitech Wave Mouse/Keyboard Combo
  • Logitech Speaker/Subwoofer Combo

The cool thing with the speakers was I used $30 in BB rewards and my $10 from Google Wallet - $0.94 out the door

The entire build was about $1,200 not including the monitor which was a gift :)

The Logitech Wave mouse and keyboard can't be beat
best ergonomic set I've ever used and handles abuse like no other
WoW , Android , CoD = fingers flying all over the place, lol
 
Newegg is the best, whenever I need computer parts or anything technologically related I always check what they have available first. It's cool to see they are branching into the smart phone market and offering great deals as well. I just switched to Verizon prepaid as my monthly bill from Sprint was way out of control, but I will be looking to upgrade my phone sooner than later. Thanks for the share!
 
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