Recently, Amazon has increasingly positioned itself comfortably as a somewhat blue-collar tech company, offering its own low-priced, yet competitive hardware to accompany its other services.

The Kindle Fire looks to deliver the industry's most complete sub-$300 tablet, and the company’s philosophy of undercutting competitors’ prices on comparable products is also guiding their wireless department (which exists by the way... then again, you can buy coconut water on Amazon).

In exchange for a two-year deal with Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint, Amazon Wireless is offering several smartphones for just a penny. As well as a handful of Blackberry models, some decent pickups such as the HTC Droid Incredible 2, Thunderbolt 4G, and the Evo Shift 4G are the available one-cent models through Monday, October 17th.

[via Gizmodo]