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Verizon Kicks Off Holiday Sale: DROID RAZR MAXX HD for $249, Regular RAZR HD at $149

Verizon launched a new holiday promotion this morning, one that includes $50 discounts on two of their more popular phones, the RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD. Normally priced at $199 and $299 on contract, the RAZR HD can be had for $149 with the RAZR MAXX HD dropping in at $249 (on new 2-year contract). If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our review of these phones.

We’re also seeing discounts to the Incredible 4G LTE ($49) and DROID RAZR M ($49).

Via:  Verizon

Cheers Matt!

  • Hahaha, Android

    And if you feel like being a normal human being with common sense, the iPhone 5 is always $199 at your local Apple Store!

  • watchthesky

    Upgrades too or only new contacts?

  • Too little, too late. Could have gotten me for $200 on the Maxx HD a few weeks ago, but I couldn’t justify $300. So I opted to root my DX for the first time and ended up putting Liberty on it. Runs like a brand new phone now, so no need to upgrade anytime soon. Verizon/Moto’s greed and/or poor planning is now my gain. 🙂

    • nhizzat

      A brand new phone that’s nearly 2 years old.

      • watchthesky

        and doesnt have 4g

        • I don’t stream movies. 3G is sufficient for everything else I do. I’m not saying 4G isn’t better, but I just don’t need it.

      • I’ve used the Razr M and HD models, and Liberty ROM gives me the same snappy response now. And the M’s screen is fuzzier than my DX.

    • JeffCO

      Amazon Wireless had the Maxx HD for $149 during the Black Friday-Cyber Monday weekend.

      • And lose unlimited data? No thanks. (PS – Yes, I take advantage of unlimited data, before you go there).

  • ApplesNAndroids

    Just picked up a Note II for 149. These are still Ok deals though.

    • Mike

      Where did you get the Note II for $149?

      • T4rd

        This. I’m about to add a line to my account (adding someone else on my plan) and get the Note 2 and would like very much to save $150 on it.

  • Butters619

    I can’t until Motorola stops the carrier exclusive nonsense with their best phones.

  • Agreed – appreciate the update, however, as long as they are tied to new contracts – with the new data plans – it means little to most of us phone geeks out there (IMHO)

    • Unless you’re on Verizon in America (like the vast majority of us on this blog are).

      Verizon’s no contract plans are terrible, so contracts are really our only option if we don’t want to switch carriers.

      • KleenDroid

        I don’t think he meant “no contract”. I think he means we don’t want to lose our unlimited data by having to switch to a share plan. So many of us will have to pay full price for our phones on Verizon from now on so these discounts mean nothing to us.

  • thronez

    these are awful discounts, but hopefully it’ll push Amazon to chop for the holidays.

  • schoat333

    Meh. Show us a sale on full retail prices or GTFO.

    • This. I would buy so many phones per year if they were cheaper off contract. Give me all phones at 400-540 and I would have the Maxx and the S3 too.

      • j__h

        that seems like a waste.

    • Bewara2009

      Go look on ebay and get it cheaper or STFU..

      • schoat333

        This article is about a Verizon sale. What does ebay have to do with a Verizon sale? Typical D-bag comment.

        • Bewara2009

          You know know you can get Verizon phones cheap on ebay instead of waiting for big red to put a sale for full retain price which will never happen.

      • nhizzat

        Who needs a warranty, insurance, or the peace of mind of buying a brand new device? Right? People are COMPLETELY trustworthy, especially on eBay.


    • nhizzat

      This, please.

  • KleenDroid


    • nhizzat

      “Someday” is probably not going to happen in our life time

  • Fervid Vervet

    I like the fact that that I’m getting an ad for “Total Recall” on blu-ray overlaid on the image of the Verizon sale advert. Welcome to the 21st century, where even the adverts have adverts.



    • nhizzat

      Adblock, google it.