Amazon cuts top smartphone prices down to 1cent


Amazon is holding a penny-pincher sale and has most smartphones (and regular phones) from AT&T, Verizon and Sprint  priced at $0.01 for a limited time. This obviously comes with a new contract and Amazon has said that the pricing is only valid for a limited time.

Among the top phones in the list, I have seen: the Droid RAZR, the Galaxy S2 Epic Touch 4G. the HTC Rezound, the Atrix 4G, and many more. If you’re not quite sure which one you want, you should start by reading our reviews, and drop a comment if you are still unsure. In any case, don’t worry if you can’t make up your mind, as another cooler, faster smartphone will come out a few weeks from now. The wonderful world of consumer electronics…

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