The Amazon Fire Phone can now be had for less than a buck.
Amazon revealed the news on monday saying the 32-gigabyte version of its first smartphone, which went on sale in July, for 99 cents with a two-year contract, down from $200.
One year of Amazon’s Prime service is still included as a short-term promotion. A year of Prime, which offers free two-day shipping and streaming music and video libraries, usually costs $99.
Amazon also slashed the price of its 64GB Fire Phone to $100 with a two-year contract, down from $300.
This new pricing for the Fire Phone is offered exclusively through AT&T in the US.
The Fire Phone, with a 4.7-inch display, provides two features not found in other smartphones. It offers something Amazon calls Dynamic Perspective, which provides a 3D effect on the phone by using four front-facing cameras that track eye movement. Firefly is another key feature, which uses the rear camera to identify products and bar codes, providing details about over 70 million products and making them readily available for sale through Amazon.