The Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is now on sale for $600 with a two-year contract, $700 without contract. I’ll stick to my WiFi Note 10.1 2014. With the latest software updates it’s really fast. The WiFi version uses an exynos octa chipset, not a snapdragon 800. So this Verizon tablet is the only way to get a snapdragon version of the Note 10.1 (2014) in the US, short of buying an imported one with incompatible LTE frequencies.
The Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE 32GB tablet is now on sale for $750 on-contract or $849.99 without contract. For all those complaining about the price, keep in mind that this is the WIFI+ LTE version. If you want the WIFI-only version, it will be $650. It’s cheaper and lighter than the Surface Pro 2, and has a much better screen.
The Verizon Nokia Lumia Icon is now on sale for $199.99 with a new contract. I wish all carriers would just get the exact same phones and everyone could pick what they wanted. It would be great! Personally I love the square design, but more colors would be cool.
The Verizon Nexus 7 32GB LTE is now on sale for $250 with a two-year contract or $349.99 with no agreement. Verizon N7 still doesn’t support CDMA, only LTE. The N7 is the next best tablet to the iPad mini with a much lower price point.
The Motorola Moto G is now on sale for $99.99 from Verizon’s prepaid service options. Best Buy sells it for the exact same price. Verizon’s cheapest prepaid is $60/mo and they cut you off after 2GB of 3G. great device but after having LTE , Verizon’s CDMA/3G service is painfully slow. The GSM version is still a steal for $179 / $199 8GB/16GB. Just buy it, you won’t be sorry.
The Verizon Moto G is now on sale for $99 prepaid only. Unfortunately from reading posts elsewhere it seems like this $100 Moto g will only work on Verizon pre paid service. It can’t be used on a Verizon post paid account until it has been used for 6 months on a Verizon prepaid account.