Verizon’s Galaxy Note 2 price drops to $149.99 via Amazon

February 2, 2013

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If you’ve been waiting for the price of the Galaxy Note 2 on Verizon to dip a little, here’s your chance to grab the phone at a discount. The Titanium Gray version of the phone is now available on Amazon Wireless for $149.99 for new Verizon customers.

As for the white variant, it is currently selling for $199.99. Both deals still require you to sign a two-year contract with Verizon, but they are definitely cheaper than getting the phablet directly from the carrier.

Even with the onslaught of 1080p phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is still the phone to beat. Well, maybe other high-end Android offerings also deserve a shout out, but only the Note 2 seems to offer the perfect combination of a huge display, a blazing fast processor, and a pressure sensitive stylus.

Hit the link below if you’re interested. And if you haven’t already done so, check out our video on some nifty apps that make great use of the S Pen.

Comments

  • Dax

    Can anyone tell me why is Samsung Galaxy Note II so cheap? Is this used (secondhand) phone on Amazon Wireless?! Pls, answer me!

    • Bryce

      Because of the “AmazonWireless Instant Discount”. When Amazon sells a phone which includes a new or updated contract, the carrier pays amazon a commission, and amazon passes that money along to the customer in the form of a cheaper price tag.

  • 路人

    #田甄甄

  • Ejody

    I have seen multiple stories about this being $149 on Amazon, but when you go to their website, it’s $199.