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Verizon HTC Trophy just $49 at AmazonWireless (+ Amazon gift card)

Out for only a week and the $199.99 (-$50 mail in rebate) Verizon HTC Trophy is knocked down to the low, low $49. Throw in that $25 Amazon gift card and now you're talk just $24.

We're not one to tell you where you have to buy your phone at, but darn it all, that's a good price. On top of it, the reviews on Amazon have been pretty top notch with quite a few 5-star write ups from customers (we're reviewing our Verizon Trophy soon, if you want our opinion).

Anyways, head here for the deal (opens in new tab) and here for the $25 gift-card. (opens in new tab)

Thanks, AK, for the tip!

Daniel Rubino
Daniel Rubino

Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.

8 Comments
  • No love for us folks that want it off-contract. Still $479 ...
  • lol, is there ever love for people off contract? Only when the phone is ready to be EOL and even then, still expensive.
  • And no love for Upgrade folks. Still $99.
  • It's a great deal, but AK and Daniel both forgot about the free Xbox game from Verizon and Microsoft available until July 15. There is link on Amazon to find out more from, or look up the Trophy under Verizon and it is listed under the $25 dollar gift card box. Or learn more at www.freexboxgamenow.com. But you only have a choice of Halo-Reach, Kinect Sports, and Lode Runner. If you have them already, they still have trade in value. If the game is $59.99-$24=$35.99 that means Amazon and Verizon are paying you +35.99 to buy the the HTC Trophy. It sounds like a pretty good deal, you get a awesome phone, a game, gift card, a rebate, and a cheaper price than Verizon.
  • "...and now you're talk just $24." Not to be rude, but I'm not sure what this means. It's the last sentence in the first paragraph, Daniel.Also, I've been contemplating whether or not to get an HTC Surround or HTC HD7S on AT&T, but I might just switch to Verizon and get the HTC Trophy instead. Seems like a better build quality, and AT&T service in my area is utter garbage. I definitely have some thinking to do.
  • anyone know if i can add a line to get this, put a dumbphone on that line, and then use it on my primary line?i know i can do that at verizon, but i'm wondering if amazon would have any issues with it...
  • Any option for people with a current plan (be it Primary, secondary or adding a new line) cost $99.00....
  • Maybe I shouldn't have canceled my contract with Verizon to get the focus after all. Oh well :-)