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Verizon’s Galaxy Note 2 Now $199 for New Customers at Amazon

Yesterday, we mentioned that the Galaxy Note 2 for Verizon had popped up over at Amazon Wireless for $279, $20 cheaper than what Big Red was selling it for. Today, it’s dropped to $199 for new customers, a $100 discount. Upgrades are still the same $279, but if are with another carrier and feel like jumping ship to the biggest 4G LTE network in the land, then this is a price that will be tough to beat.

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Cheers Lucas!

  • But the Data Caps! Its a trap!

  • this deal is one of the biggest deals last week

  • Capt. Crunch

    Damn now I really wish I didn’t have to wait another 11 months for my upgrade.

  • r0lct

    This is why I love having a Google voice number. Buy a new line and cancel my current one that’s out of contract. Don’t care if my Verizon number changes.

    • bigillz

      pretty sure you can just port the # off the line

      • r0lct

        I don’t think you can’t sign up as a new customer and port your existing Verizon number

  • Brent Cooper

    Does anyone think this will work if I add a line to my current plan? Could I add this to my current plan, activate the device on my unlimited line, then drop the data for the new line and only pay$10 for that line? I have a family plan but still the individual lines. Not shared.

    • Tim242

      It would only be possible if you do it through Verizon. Amazon terms and conditions require you to keep everything as is for 6 months. If you make any changes, they charge you their own $350.

      • Greg

        I don’t Think so, as long as the line is open they wont charge you any fees. I have done this a few times earlier this year and moved the new phone to my unlimited line. unless something changed recently.

        • Tim242

          Amazon requires that you keep it as is for 180 days. It has been that way for years.

          • AJA0

            Source on this?

          • Tim242

            Google Amazon Wireless 180 days. You will get all the sources you need.

          • michael arazan

            Remember the Good ol days when customers were rewarded for being loyal to a company and gave discounts.

    • laffingrass

      You can try it, but Verizon is picking up on this fairly quickly and might put the kibash on it.

    • FAL_Fan

      You cannot. I tried already and I was told it had to be a completely new plan, which I think is ridiculous but my opinion doesn’t matter to them.

  • JetBlue

    If only this was for existing customers.

  • popenske

    links dont even work

  • nightscout13

    That was quick…..

  • Simon Belmont

    Ha. I like how the picture already shows “Backordered.”

    Nice. Good deal.

  • sam_evans7

    They’ll never move on the $699 off-contract price, will they?

    • J Davis

      They never will and I dropped $699 for this on day one. Best $699 I’ve ever spent.. Well there was that one time back in Vegas…

    • austin

      That’s how most companies make their money. They will never lower it.