Leak: Let’s Talk offering Verizon One Max for $89.99, Note 3 for $179.99 for Black Friday



Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, is almost upon us, and the deals have been rolling in all week. Some folks have yet to even announce their deals, though, including retailer Let’s Talk. According to trusted sources, Let’s Talk will have some of Verizon’s best smartphones on sale for some very attractive prices on that wallet-killing day.

The leaked ad you see above shows the HTC One Max, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX will be key points of focus. Although it doesn’t show the prices for these smartphones, we’re hearing the HTC One Max is being let go for $89.99 following a new two-year contract, while the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be let go for $179.99 upon the same commitment.

Unfortunately we weren’t able to get a beeline on their pricing for the DROID RAZR MAXX, but it won’t be much longer before that’s officially revealed. Don’t forget to check out Verizon’s own Black Friday deals which were leaked last week. It’s a fine time to own a new smartphone so be sure to weight all your options and get ready to make the big decision this Friday at their site.

[Thanks anon!]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Is it the RAZR MAXX, or the Droid Maxx?

  2. The Droid RAZR MAXX screen looks bigger than the Note 3. According to the specs of the Droid RAZR MAXX it only has a 4.3″ screen, the Note 3 has 5.7″ screen… hmmm.. must be the Droid Maxx.

    1. Well, even the Droid Maxx is smaller than the Note 3, and that picture is not even the Droid Maxx. I have one, and there are no Verizon or Motorola logos on the front.

  3. I am so so so so so so so sick of these 2 year contract “Deals”. How are we still fooled into thinking that paying a phone company 70, 80, or 90 dollars a month bundled with a 150 dollar “Deal” on a phone that costs 500 contract-free is a deal? You’re getting fleeced. Go buy your phone outright and head over to t-mobile and get their 30 dollar unlimited data/unlimited text/100 minute plan.
    While your switching carriers, port your number over to Google voice so you can use an app like GrooveIP to make free VOIP calls so you don’t use up all of your 100 minutes (if you still talk on the phone often.. ick). Plus, the porting to Voice will make it so you can jump carriers and keep the same number in the future should something better than T-Mo’s 30 dollar plan come along.
    At any rate, STOP signing these two year contracts. Your keeping the price of mobile plans artificially high compared to the rest of the world and you’re getting fleeced.

    1. well….not everyone has 500 in pocket…

      1. That’s why I stick $25 a month aside for my new toy.

      2. But the difference is astounding. If you pit the cost of a Verizon 2 year contract plus a subsidized device (100 dollars for arguments sake) against a month-to-month unlimited plan that is 40 dollars a month plus the upfront cost of a 500 dollar phone the difference is like getting a 2 year loan for a 500 dollar phone with a 230% APR.

        No one, in their right mind, would get a loan with a 230% APR. Go to your bank and get a small loan, even one with a crappy 15% APR and you will save yourself over 700 dollars. Go get a credit card, even with a stupid 25% APR and save yourself 600-700 dollars in that two year period (if you only pay the minimum).

    2. I’m going to do exactly that…when T-Mobile has decent coverage.

  4. Dont get it why Note 3 is more expensive than HTC max… From what I’ve seen here: Note has little bit better specs but it looks very “plastic” (in the cheap way). On the other hand HTC looks like solid phone that would not brak easily.

    1. Wait…got here from following links and thought it was a different phone you were talking about…lol

      1. If you are graphic artist you would probably bought some professional tablet rather than big smartphone…

        1. Really? Graphic artists dislike big smartphones?

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