Verizon iPhone dropping to $150?

According to our sister site, VzBuzz, Verizon is planning a pretty huge sale over the summer. Included in the massive promotion is the HTC Thunderbolt, Droid X, iPhone 4 and Blackberry Bold, among other discounts. If this leak is accurate it would see the 16GB iPhone 4 dropped from $199.99 to $150.99. However, the Thunderbolt – which by all accounts is a powerhouse Android device – is dropping from $299.99 to free/nada. Now, however much I love iOS, if I was looking for a device on VZW and these deals were being offered, I’d snap up the Thunderbolt lightning fast. (See what I did there?)

Are you looking for a new phone in the next few months? What would you choose – $50 of the iPhone or a free Thunderbolt? If you fancy tweeting catch me here – @TiP_Cam

Via: VzBuzz

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  • Taurustwrl9150

    I’d get the thunderbolt if it was free even though I love my iPhone

  • Anonymous

    My brother has a Thunderbolt. Battery life is nonexistent, just like my POS Incredible. I’ll take the iPhone.

  • Anonymous

    My brother has a Thunderbolt. Battery life is nonexistent, just like my POS Incredible. I’ll take the iPhone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Brian-Simmons/1077641895 Brian Simmons

    I have the Thunderbolt and unless they actually come out with the gingerbread update I would get the iphone.  The Thunderbolt is a great phone that just doesn’t work.

  • Anonymous

    CDMA IPhone

  • Anonymous

    CDMA iPhone 4 rules!

  • Sol

    See what you did thurrr.

  • August

    This seems kinda off… There are 2 thunderbolts and 2 droid x’s. Why? And also, on the thunderbolt it says 50% off. Last time I checked, half of 300 wasn’t 0. All other phones are correct with they’re percentages off. This just smells fake to me.

  • ztwo

    With new smart phones coming out every three months or so, discounting keeps the field competitive. Thunderbolt is a great phone but suffers from a short battery life…it’s only right the current $250 price should be reduced accordingly…not likley to be free.