As a leaked MAP document recently suggested, Verizon on Monday officially made its on-contract price of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus $100 cheaper. I hope none of our readers picked up the device yesterday. The Galaxy Nexus, which was the first Android 4.0 phone to market, now runs for $199.99 with a two-year contract.
At that price-point, it will compete head-on with Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus, which launched yesterday. Unless you’re a die-hard Sprint loyalist, Verizon’s offer is certainly the more enticing between the two because of the carrier’s much larger LTE network. Of course, you’ll also want to take the cost monthly data plans into consideration too. You can head over to Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus page right now to reap the newly lowered price.
[via Verizon Wireless]