Let’s Talk offering DROID Incredible 4G LTE for $40

The HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE has only been available at Verizon for a day and it’s already gotten heavily discounted. Retailer Let’s Talk has priced the device at $40, a very nice price for what you’re getting. The Incredible 4G is not considered a One phone, but it has several qualities of being one.

It’s a very solid device, and if you thought $150 was worth it then you’re going to love this offer. If you were planning on waiting for a price drop or a sale there’s no better time to get the device than now. Hit the deal up here. [Thanks Alexis!]

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    That’s about what it’s worth, it will always be in the shadow of the GS3.

    • NightAngel79

      Only thing sg3 has on it is screen and ram. I don’t think it is THAT much a underdog. Sense> touchwiz any day of the week

      • malcmilli

        don’t forget about camera


        better stock battery.

        EDIT: Touchwiz sucks, I know, but sense is even worse!

        • NightAngel79

          Have to disagree there…. Sense blows TW away!

          • NIGHTSCOUT

            Sense strays too far from original UI of ICS. Original UI is much better.

          • NightAngel79

            Once I actually get some ICS love I may have an opinion on that. Till then I would just be talking smack! lol

  • Sobr0801

    Good price for a mid-range phone. I don’t think it was ever meant to be anything else.

  • NightAngel79

    New customers only?

    • http://twitter.com/halfplanet Half Planet

      new or existing

      • NightAngel79

        Word. It is usually different if family plan vs individual… new vs existing

  • Joe

    Remind me again how this is the culmination of HTC focusing on quality products and not releasing phones just for the hell of it?

  • TzuDohNihm

    I upgraded to keep my unlimited with the SG3, cost- $160
    I sold it for $650, got to keep $630 after fees
    If I can get this phone at retail for $470 or less then I will have just about broke even on upgrading and keeping unlimited.

  • Joe

    This phone is exactly why HTC continues to lose market share. They keep making phones the way they want instead of making phones that customers want. The only phone I would even consider from their lineup is the One X but it’s only available on ATT. Plus that phone has had its share of bugs as well, so it’s proof that HTC is not focusing on quality anyway.

    If you think you are going to outsmart the consumer then maybe you should ask RIM how that worked out for them.

    • Sobr0801

      Have you even held the phone? I did and its actually a good size, and feels good in the hands. I am sure HTC would have LOVED to bring their HTC One S to Verizon, but I bet Verizon simply said no, we want an Incredible.

      Either way, being a Rezound owner, I was impressed with this phone.

  • Steve Kertesz

    It appears that they’re charging $100/month for the 2GB Share Everything plan, where as that plan direct with Verizon is $60. Am I reading that correctly on their site? So, it seems like this would actually cost you more…a lot more.

    • http://www.facebook.com/cardenasdan Danny Cardenas

      No, it’s $100 through VZ as well. $60 for the 2GB Share Everything plan, then +$40 to add a smartphone to the plan. I am still trying to figureout how “Let’s Talk” can sell this phone so cheap. There must be a catch