DROID DNA going for free in latest Verizon sale

verizon droid dna coupon

Bummed about having to miss out on the HTC One? Verizon’s sort-of making it up to users by offering HTC’s next best phone for absolutely nothing. The HTC DROID DNA can be yours for the low, low price of free (unless you consider the hidden costs which come bundled with signing a two-year contract agreement). Through May 21st, you can enter your email address over at this Verizon page and get a coupon to knock $200 off of the price of the phone.

Of course, that still isn’t an HTC One. If you’re interested in one of those you’re either going to have to hope and pray that Verizon decides to start carrying it at some point down the line, or just jump over to a different carrier. There’s also the option of going with Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S4, which is now set to come out May 23rd. Make your decision, and if this sale is enticing enough to get you to consider going with the DNA be sure to enter your information here to get your digital coupon.

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  • BoSamps

    why are you always doing the Verizon articles, Q?

    • Abstract

      I love these articles, they have helped keep me informed about the latest deals.

      Thanks Phandroid!

  • brownchr014

    Because Verizon is the best

  • Mark2468

    I’m so glad that Sprint has decent 4G coverage here in Metro Atlanta and I don’t have to put up with Verizon and their Bullshitting.

  • bob

    Stop calling this ‘Free’.

  • techgui

    great so I guess Verizon will have the One by september

  • Don Villapando

    I can wait 8 months until my contract with Verizon expires! NEVER AGAIN!!!! I’m going back to T-Mobile! FU Verizon!

    • emoney

      enjoy your insufficient signal strength

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Keith-Mcelhinney/1590732585 Keith Mcelhinney

    Attention! The DNA is a great phone but with the new firmware you can not achieve s-off (total unlocking) without sending it out. Despite htc promising to embrace developers they are doing everything to screw them.

  • phinn

    It’s about time HTC got away from this 50-smartphones-per-year-all-with-different-names-and-all-unsupported-with-updates nonsense. There are basically 3 Android phones now IMO, the Galaxy S, the One and the Nexus. If Google ever shapes up an makes an LTE Nexus for all carriers it’ll be the only one I’d look at.