One of the hardest parts about buying a new phone is generally justifying the price, especially when the hardware is not brand-spanking new. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Verizon has been out for a while, and isn't the newest of news, but that doesn't mean that many of you out there don't want it still. What better way to get that Galaxy Nexus in your pocket than the cost of just a few minutes in the store, and a signature for another two years with Verizon? That's right, no cost to you, the device is simply going to be free on contract.
While it doesn't say just how long it will last, most Best Buy sales run until the next Sunday, so be sure to act quick. Now we sit back and wait for the Jelly Bean update to hit the Verizon units as well!
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