It’s true that technology changes at an insane rate today; however, it doesn’t mean that a phone released last year is of no use today. It may not feature any of the ground-breaking innovations introduced within the last few months, but it still is perfectly capable of delivering excellent performance. And the best part is that older phones are much cheaper than the ones launched very recently. Some can be even had for free. Of course, you will need to sign a new two-year contract with a carrier, but it doesn’t seem like such a nuisance when you can score flagship smartphones of 2013 for free. Some of the best free AT&T phones worth your attention today include the LG G2, the Motorola Moto X, and the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
If you are planning to buy a new Verizon phone any time soon, but don’t want to spend a penny on it, here is a quite simple tip how to achieve that. In this case the new phone won’t cost you at all as Verizon Wireless is giving out phones for free. And we are not talking about some low-end outdated devices but decent high-end smartphones released in 2013 . The phones you can score for free today include Nokia Lumia 928, Kyocera Hydro Elite, and Blackberry Z10. In order to get your hands on one of the phones without any costs whatsoever you will need to sign a new two-year contract with the carrier.
If you are not determined to own the latest smartphone released in 2014, Amazon has a great deal you will love. The online retailer is currently selling the flagship phones released in 2013 on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint for just $0.01. If you are not sure whether what you see is right, let’s up paraphrase the sentence. Amazon is having a penny sale which means that four of the best smartphones of the last year, that is the Samsung Galaxy S4, the HTC One, the LG G2 and the Motorola Moto X are now on sale for one cent.
If you are looking for a cheap LTE-enabled smartphone and don’t mind sticking with Verizon for the next two years, we have good news for you. The carrier has just released the LG Lucid 3 and offers the phone for free with a new two-year contract and free overnight shipping. Honestly, it doesn’t get any better than that. Even without agreement, the device isn’t very expensive – it will set you back just $299.99 which is a very reasonable price to pay for 4G LTE speed, large screen and the latest version of Android Kitkat.
Even the best smartphones sometimes need a little help finding their way to customers, especially when they are already a few months old. This help comes in the form of various discounts and promotions that allow you to grab great phones and save some money in the process. Today’s special is free Nokia Lumia 1520 for AT&T. Microsoft Store is selling the handset $100 cheaper than in AT&T store and to sweeten the deal also throws $100 bill credit and flip cover with a 50% discount.
If someone would decided to give a reward for the most discounted smartphone in history, Motorola with its Moto X would win the competition hands down. Since the phone was released in August last year, it was on sale so many times that we have lost count. Great deals on the phone were offered not only by the manufacturer itself, but also carriers and retailers. In fact, it seems that recently there is a never-ending promotion on the Moto X going on, since a new deal pops up as soon as the previous expires. At times, there are even two promotions available simultaneously. For example now, along with $70 discount on Moto X without a contract, now you can grab the Moto X for Verizon for just one penny via Moto Maker, which is almost free.
AT&T thought that mid-January is a great time to start offering a deal on three of the best Android smartphones currently available on the market, the Moto X, LG G2 and HTC One. The promotion will let you have either of the phones for free, which, given the phones’ regular prices, means $99.99 in savings. Of course, it does not mean that you can walk into AT&T store, ask for the smartphone and just walk out enjoying your new phone. There are a few details you should know before you decide that the deal is perfect for you.
Amazon is definitely in a holiday mood. The biggest online retailer has dropped prices of a number of flagship smartphones offering some of them for as low as a penny ($0.01). The only catch is that you will have to sign a new two-year contract with a carrier of your choice: Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint. Amazon deals come just in time for holiday season giving you an excellent opportunity to grab a high-end device at a price lower than you would have to pay if you purchased the phone directly from the carrier.
If you have been eyeing the LG G2, now would be a good time to make the move, especially if you have nothing against having Verizon Wireless as your service provider. Thanks to Cyber Monday sale, the latest LG flagship smartphone with Big Red branding can be yours for free if you decide to pick white color. This is the best deal on the LG G2 that we have seen so far. For comparison, Verizon is now selling the black handset for $99.99.
T-Mobile & AT&T Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale: zero down payment phones and free phones on contract
Did you think that T-Mobile and AT&T forgot what time of the year it is? Of course the didn’t. They just waited for the right moment to reveal their Black Friday and Cyber Monday plans. That moment came today and finally we found out that T-Mobile deals will include no down payment for many hot phones plus free shipping. Some of the devices will come with additional bonuses, such as free accessories.
In our report on Best Buy Black Friday deals from two weeks ago we briefly mentioned that the retailer will be giving away the Samsung Galaxy S4 for free. Now we are back with more details about the promotion, and we can assure you that it will be worth your attention, since it is not every day that you can grab a flagship smartphone for free. First of all, if you were worried that you might not have get to Best Buy on time, since the deal was initially intended as 6 pm Thursday Doorbusters deal, now there is no reason to. You will have four full days to make the purchase.
Most smartphone makers allow some degree of personalization for they phones. In most cases you can choose from a limited number of color options and sometimes even storage. The Moto X is by far the most customizable phone you can image allowing you to pick up the color of the back plate, the rims and buttons, your own wallpaper and even a personal engraving on the back. This kind of freedom costs, obviously. However, if you can live with a run-of-the-mill black or white model, Amazon Wireless has a deal that would be extremely difficult to decline.
Of all the deals on smartphones currently offered by carriers, retailers and other parties, the one we are about to tell you is probably the hottest. Unless you have something against Nokia or AT&T, we can assure you that you really want to know the details. So here we go. You can grab a brand new Nokia Lumia 1020 for free from Microsoft retail stores. The only condition is that you sign a new two-year service agreement with AT&T. However, the round $0 on the Lumia 1020 price tag even makes the contract feel like a great option.
If you were considering becoming a Sprint customer, now would be a great time to make the move, especially if you are not shy of buying your phone from Amazon Wireless. The online retailer has dropped down the prices on two of the best smartphones of this year: the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4. You can save up to $100 on these models if you decide to move your number to Sprint today.
If you are looking for a simple and easy-to-use phone that would allow you to keep in touch with your friends and family, then check out Sprint’s latest addition to its portfolio, the Kyocera Kona. The device is designed to perform basic functions without any distraction in the form of sophisticated features. The phone is available for free from Sprint’s store, as long as you sign a new two-year service agreement with the carrier.
There is no doubt that the Nokia Lumia 928 is one of the best Windows Phone 8 smartphones that have ever entered the market. Wondering, how can you make such a great handset appear even more attractive? The answer is simple, just drop its price to a round zero. That is the same idea that Verizon Wireless had. There is one condition, however. You will be able to grab your Lumia 928 for free as long as you agree to sign a new two-year service agreement. If for some reason you prefer not to sign a contract with the carrier, the phone will cost you $449.99. Offering the Nokia Lumia 928 for free is a part of Verizon’s plan to promotes Windows Phone devices.
Sprint just launched Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) deal on Samsung Galaxy S4 16GB smartphone. Customers who purchase the handset with a two-year contract will get a second Galaxy S4 for free. Of course, the second free phone also require signing up the contract as well. Sprint is offering this deal as a part of back to school special, so it will be available for a limited time during the summer. The carrier also promotes the “My Way plan” if chosen it delivers unlimited talk, text, and data for life. The deal ends fairly soon August 15th so time is of the essence.
T-Mobile sale brings zero down payment on the hottest smartphones: Galaxy S4, iPhone 5, Galaxy Note II, Lumia 925, Xperia Z
Who said that nothing in life is free? They see black and white, but there is always that gray area of circumstantial acceptation. Choosing to capture that moment is a matter of preference. It is safe to say that T-Mobile lives up to that statement in saying our top devices are free for you, for a limited time — for a limited moment.
Following not a very profitable period, BlackBerry decided to start offering its first all-touch smartphone, the BlackBerry Z10, at lower price to encourage higher sales. Those of you who waited with the decision to treat yourself to the phone, now have a chance for a real bargain. Both AT&T and Verizon Wireless dropped the price by $100 and are selling the BlackBerry Z10 for $99.99. Sounds good? Amazon went even further and has the Verizon version on sale for a penny and AT&T for $49.99. This is a whopping discount of the original price of $199.99.
If you want a cheap smartphone and don’t mind having US Cellular as your carrier, there is a new mid-range offering that you might like. The ZTE Imperial is actually positioned closer to the lower-end category, but its super affordable price of just $0.01 seems like a great incentive. Obviously, US Cellular wants to make sure you will be loyal for at least two years and will require you to sign a contract.