If you thought Amazon's recent deals on all AT&T Android phones and all Verizon Droids were good, just wait 'til you see what they've got in store for the holidays. Amazon Wireless' Black Friday deals are now up, though without a definitive end date - instead, the deals will be available while supplies last. Of course, it goes without saying that Amazon Wireless does not charge tax in most states (except for KY, KS, NY, ND, and WA) and has free shipping, beating out carriers' own retail stores any day.


Check out the great deals we have on some of our bestselling smartphones from all the major carriers. We're offering great pricing on all service types with a two-year agreement, from new individual plans to family upgrades. No mail-in rebates and no need to wait for a gift card.

Discount is reflected in current price.

Offer good while supplies last.

Here are the Android phones in this promotion:





Ah, Black Friday, how much I love you.


Source: Amazon Black Friday Promo

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  • GergS

    I don't think putting myself into servantude of a carrier is a "Deal".

    The worst part of the current market is that they never have no-strings-attached sales of phones. Except on discount carriers like Cricket.

  • Jme621

    amazon charges tax. BB has incredible for 1$ new OR upgrade, its 50 upgrade at amazon, just no seeing any deals or truth in this article.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      OK, Amazon doesn't charge tax in most states. I will put up a clarification of this above. The only states with the tax charged are Kansas, Kentucky, New York, North Dakota, and Washington.

      As far as the Best Buy deal, sure, I never said Best Buy's deals couldn't beat out Amazon's. Carriers' own retail stores, i.e. VZW, Sprint, etc will always be more expensive.

  • http://www.toysdiva.com PixelSlave

    >> The only states with the tax charged are Kansas, Kentucky, New York, North Dakota, and Washington.

    For the 0.01 phones, you really shouldn't worry about the tax.

  • Ron H in Schenectady

    I ordered my Droid Pro for 1 cent from Amazon last week and just got it yesterday. Unbelievable deal.

  • http://www.toysdiva.com PixelSlave

    FYI, the 1 cent deals are for new contracts only.

    However, that's when Google Voice comes into play. If you have been giving out your Google Voice numbers to people, when your contract is over, simply cancel your current line and open a new one. Your Google Voice number is the one that connect you to the world!