Most of the time when we post a good deal – especially on a free phone – it's typically for new customers. In a rare event, though, Wirefly has turned that deal on its head by making  the RAZR HD free for upgrades only. New customers will still have to shell out $50 for the same devices. It's a pretty good deal either way, but it's particularly killer for existing Verizon customers.


If you need a quick spec-refresher for the RAZR HD, here you go:

  • CPU: 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4
  • OS: Android 4.1.x
  • Display: 4.7" Super AMOLED HD (1280x720)
  • Memory: 1GB RAM, 16GB storage, microSD slot
  • Cameras: 8MP rear, 1.3MP front
  • Battery: 2530mAh
  • Ports: microUSB, microHDMI
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Radios: LTE, GSM, CDMA (Global)
  • Dimensions: 5.19" x 2.67" x 0.33", 5.15 oz.

It's hard to say how long a deal like this will last, so if you want to snag a new phone without paying a dime, you better hurry. Hit the appropriate link to buy.



Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Chris Webster

    That phone still wows me and I have a Nexus 4. Take away the VW branding, cut off some of the bezel, another GB of RAM and a S4 and put this on AT&T and it would sell like crazy.

    • Bill Q

      So make a whole new phone?

      • Chris Webster

        Basically. Just keep the same body, because that Kevlar is gorgeous.

      • HopelesslyFaithful

        yea thats what i was thinking after the 3rd change lol

    • Ryan O’Neill

      Yup. It's basically a Nexus 4 with 4g.

  • Brian Walker

    What have been people's experience with Wirefly? Do they have some wonky warranty process? I've heard some of these 3rd parties not being so good.

    • HopelesslyFaithful

      most warranties now are 3rd party aren't they? Sprints warranty is done by another company and is fine just a 100 dollar deducible. I would be surprised if they had a bad warranty process.

    • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

      I've never bought a phone from Wirefly, but a small warning about them...they will spam your email like crazy after they get it, and they don't really respect unsubscribe requests on the first try. Even after unsubscribing, they tend to start sending emails again in the future.

      • Brian Walker

        I think I might end up having to pass on this offer, sadly. My wife has an upgrade available, but if we do then I have to pick a family share plan. I'm not entirely opposed to it, even though it will force me to give up unlimited on the whole plan, but their ordering process doesn't really seem like it allows for that kind of plan adjustment. Oh well, there will be other deals, and she's mostly fine with what she has now.

  • Thomas Lovett

    Does anyone here have this? I have an upgrade available, but I can't stand not running CM. Should I go with this guy?

  • Jeffrey Tarman

    2 of my kids have upgrades available. Think I may get these for them today

  • John Alvares


    That is all.

  • master94

    The only reason its free is to trick grandfathered users into giving up unlimited data. Screw you VZW. Buy unlocked