Labor Day Verizon Smartphone Sales Include Droids and Thunderbolt

Today is of course Lador Day over in the good old US of A and Labor day brings the usual round of money saving offers to be hand, and the Big Red is getting into the Labor Day mood by offering numerous smartphones in the Verizon Labor Day sale, which offers several cool handsets although all are online exclusives.

According to the4 guys over at Android Community, customers have the change of picking up a smartphone or tablet this Labor Day, as Verizon online is offering such devices as the Motorola Xoom, albeit the Android Honeycomb slate is pre-owned certified.

However if you are in the market for snapping up a smartphone from the Big Red this Labour Day there are several to choose from such as the iPhone 4 for $229.99 pre-owned, or the 4G LTE packing HTC Thunderbolt for $149.99 although again the Thunderbolt is pre-owned.

If you are a BlackBerry fan, Verizon if offering the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 and Curve 3G 8530 as free smartphones, or how about the LG Revolution for $149.99, or Samsung Droid Charge for $199.99, again all pre-owned.

If you are an Android fan there are a couple of Droid smartphones too, such as the Motorola Droid X2 and the Motorola Droid 3 both at $199.99, or the Motorola Droid 2 Global for $149.99 and are all buy one get one free handsets.

Perhaps you’d prefer to get your gaming action on with the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, the PlayStation certified handset is on offer for $99.99. Or maybe you’d like the Palm Pre 2 for just $49 or perhaps the HTC Trophy again for just $49.

Of course some of these Verizon deals aren’t just because of Labor Day, but if you are in the market for a good deal this holiday then you may as well take advantage. Naturally though all the devices in the sale requires the usual tow-year agreement.

So there you have it, if you are after a saving on a smartphone this Labor Day then hit up Verizon online and take your pick of some cool handsets.

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