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Verizon Hosting Dads and Grad Sale: $100 Off All 4G LTE Motorola Phones

Verizon Hosting Dads and Grad Sale: $100 Off All 4G LTE Motorola Phones

Verizon Hosting Dads and Grad Sale: $ 100 Off All 4G LTE Motorola Phones
News from Droid Life:

Verizon is hosting a Dads and Grads sale for the next couple of weeks to celebrate the lives of recent graduates and the amazing fathers in our lives. Through this sale, you will find $ 100 off any 4G LTE Motorola phone, which includes both RAZRs ($ 99), the DROID 4 ($ 99) and the Bionic (free). You will also find other phones on the cheap or for free, but the Moto devices are the clear draw here.

On a related note, one of our readers spotted the Galaxy Tab 10.1 with 32GB of storage for the same price as the 16GB model. If you are in the market for a tablet on contract, be sure to grab the 32GB for $ 429 and not the version with less storage. 

Via:  Verizon

Cheers Charles!

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Related News:
Facebook hoping to release smartphone by next year
News from Contra Costa Times:

Can a software company build its own smartphone? We may well find out soon.

In the past week, Google completed its acquisition of the hardware maker Motorola Mobility for $ 12.5 billion, which could lead to the search giant making its own smartphone. And another software titan might be getting into the hardware game as well: Facebook.

Employees of Facebook and several engineers who have been sought out by recruiters there, as well as people briefed on Facebook’s plans, say the company hopes to release its own smartphone by next year. These people spoke only on condition of anonymity for fear of jeopardizing their employment or relationships with Facebook.

The company has already hired more than half a dozen former Apple (AAPL) software and hardware engineers who worked on the iPhone, and one who worked on the iPad, the employees and those briefed on the plans said.

This would be Facebook’s third effort at building a smartphone, said one person briefed on the plans and one who was recruited. In 2010, the blog TechCrunch reported that Facebook was working on a smartphone. The project crumbled after t…………… continues on Contra Costa Times

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