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Droid Pro dropped to $50 on contract by Best Buy Mobile (update: $20 at Amazon)

Vlad Savov

If free Android phones on every US carrier weren't enough to entice you into a Best Buy Mobile store this month, maybe a deeply discounted Droid Pro will be. Motorola's Android 2.2 handset, which launched at $179.99 with the usual two-year Verizon tie-in, is now available for purchase for exactly $130 less at Best Buy's mobile outlets -- both the online and brick-and-mortar varieties will let you walk away with one for $49.99 and a 24-month commitment. We don't know where all these crazy deals are coming from, but we ain't complaining.

[Thanks, Tony]

Update: is undercutting Best Buy with a $19.99 price for those opening new Verizon accounts when buying the Droid Pro.

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