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Verizon Holding $50 Off 4G LTE Tablet Sale Until December 31

If an on-contract 4G LTE tablet is in your future, purchasing one within the next couple of days will save you $50 through Verizon. All of the new DROID XYBOARD tablets along with the Galaxy Tab 10.1 series can be had at a discounted price through tomorrow 12/31. And I specifically said “on-contract” because that’s the only department you will see the discount in – nothing droppin’ from the full retail unfortunately.

Buy.

  • Anonymous

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    been out of a job for 7 months but last month her check was $7427 just working
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  • Taha Sheikh

    Hold a $500 sale and somebody might actually buy one

  • QtDL

    Why would anyone buy a Moto XYBoard 32 GB for $580 ON-CONTRACT when you can buy a Transformer Prime 32 GB off-contract (when available) for $500 and use wi-fi and/or tethering???

    • Anonymous

      +1 ….Exactly lol..This tablet has Fail written all over it.I’m enjoying my Prime! Goodbye Motorola!

    • http://twitter.com/55938 MrSix

      Not really a good question…
      Would you take a BMW without an engine over some average car that can actually move? No you wouldn’t, not if you needed your car to get around. Likewise no one who needs a tab with a radio(and who else would get one since they barely discount them), is going to go for a Prime that’s wi-fi only regardless of how much more powerful it is…and only noticeably so when you’re playing games.

  • http://twitter.com/Pollita_Droid Erica M.

    Im in love with my 4G Xoom :) 

  • Anonymous

    I like those corners on the phones, on the tablets, not so much…

  • QtDL

    I’m waiting patiently for the Nexus tablet…..whenever that is. :)

  • Anonymous

    LOL NOPE

  • dude who says dumb stuff

    i love that verizon pushed people to pay bills online for years to “cut down” on call volumes and costs since they say it costs them roughly $8-$10 per call they take. Then once everyone is paying online, they charge you to do it. HAHAHA when times are tough, Billion dollar profits are not enough.THEY NEED MORE MONEU Stick it to your customers. That’s the BIG RED WAY.

    • Anonymous

      Um…no. If you one time pay online with a credit card, then you get charged. Other payments online will not including Auto pay.

      • dude who says dumb stuff

        ummm yes, if i log in, pay my bill i am charged. I would never ever set up auto pay for them, they never get my bill right. i use corporate AMEX to pay my bill, so i cant do checks. so yes i am right. you lose. troll elsewhere 

        • Anonymous

          Not trolling. Can’t help you’re doing it wrong.

  • Jadam6118

    It would have to be XY…. Zero dollars for me to buy any of these on contract for 2 years.