Amazon Wireless have announced a new deal for Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus. They’re set to offer the device for just a penny, one of the better deals for the device on-contract here in America. This deal will only be for new customers, but those who are upgrading or adding a line will still get a pretty fine break for $50. The discount doesn’t appear to be live yet, but we’re assured that it’ll only be a penny so keep checking. This deal will last for a limited time so now is your best bet to get on the Galaxy Nexus train if you’re down with big red. Check it out at the source link. [Amazon Wireless]
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