Verizon selling the 2013 Nexus 7 for $49.99 with a 2-year agreement

Nexus 7

The 2013 Nexus 7 was only recently launched through Verizon and the carrier has made a price reduction already. The 32GB variant which was priced at $249.99 on contract during launch, has received a flat $200 discount bringing down the price to just $49.99. It’s a little hard to believe that the price could come down by that much within just a few weeks of launch, but it seems like Verizon is willing to do anything it can to drive the sales forward. However, customers will still have to shell out $349.99 if they’re looking to get the device off contract.

The fact that Verizon waited 7 months to launch the device might have hurt its sales pretty badly as most buyers had already bought the tablet by then. This and the fact that several third party retailers were offering the tablet with decent discounts might have made potential buyers look elsewhere. But the carrier has certainly gained some attention now with this new promo which will encourage more users to buy the Nexus 7 on contract. Hit the link below to get the premier Google tablet for an unmissable discount.

Source: Verizon

Via: Android Community

3 Replies to “Verizon selling the 2013 Nexus 7 for $49.99 with a 2-year agreement”

  1. That is because they want to sell off all the old stock before the iteration comes to the market and the older devices become non-sellers. 🙂

  2. Whenever I see a device getting a discount at a time when people are expecting the next iteration of the device, why do I feel like the launch of the next version is just around the corner?

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