Thinking of switching to Verizon, but waiting for that 4G LTE network? AmazonWireless has a deal for you. The mobile division of Amazon is currently selling the HTC ThunderBolt 4G for $129.99 to all new customers who sign up for a plan on Verizon. Those looking to upgrade and renew their contract aren’t as fortunate. The renewal price is $199.99. Those who are interested will, unfortunately, have to act fast. It expires at midnight (PDT) on Monday, April 25.
The ThunderBolt, which normally retails for $249.99, is the first phone on Verizon to take advantage of the carrier’s new 4G LTE network. It has performed very well, selling 260,000 units in its first two weeks on the market. We have no complaints about the Android device except for its battery, which tends to drain very quickly due to the demands of Verizon’s 4G network.
To learn more about the deal, check out the AmazonWireless deal page.
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