February 7, 2012 | by Natesh Sood
Verizon Wireless announced the availability of its upcoming Motorola DROID 4 smartphone earlier today. The DROID 4is going to launch on February 10th for $199 on a two year contract, as reported by Andrew. However, this Friday not only marks the launch of the DROID 4, but will be the date Verizon reintroduces double the data and begins its BOGO promotion on the DROID RAZR series.
In late 2011, Verizon introduced a promotion in which individuals signing a new data contract would automatically receive double the data. Typically, customers pay $30 for 2GB of data, but during the promotion, Verizon would double it to 4GB without any extra fees. The same promotion applies to 5GB and 10GB doubling to 10GB and 20GB, respectively. This is a great promotion since 2GB can be reached relatively easily if you use 4G LTE for a lot of browsing and video streaming.
In addition, the Motorola DROID RAZR in white, black, and purple will be available as a BOGO offer. The DROID RAZR MAXX will also be eligible for this promotion. The DROID RAZR is priced at $199 on a two year contract, while the DROID RAZR MAXX sports a $299 price tag. If you’re looking to pick up two top notch Android smartphones for the price of one, Verizon has the deal for you.
Lastly, all of their 4G LTE tablets are said to be going on sale such that if you purchase a 4G LTE tablet and smartphone, the up front cost will be slashed by $100.
Again, these promotions will not begin until Friday, February 10. If you are looking to sign a new contract with Verizon Wireless, you may want to consider this new promotion.