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.
Amazon is currently offering the HTC DROID DNA for free. Actually we should say almost for free, since the price tag reads $0.01. Naturally the phone, also known as the HTC Butterfly, requires a 2-year service agreement with Verizon Wireless. The deal is eligible for both new and existing Verizon customers, so regardless of whether you are creating a new account or upgrading your phone you will have to pay a mere penny for the device.
As expected, the Sprint Vital hit the stores on June 14. What we did not expect was its price. Previous rumors suggested that the phone would cost $100 on contract, after a $50 mail-in rebate. Well, it does not. Actually the device can be yours for free, as long as you sign a new 2-year service agreement.
The LG Optimus G2 is rumored to be officially introduced to the world in just two short weeks and its predecessor, the Optimus G, may lose some of its appeal then. But before it happens, you have one of a kind chance to grab the LG Optimus G smartphone at a cheapest price ever. Now you can pick up a Sprint version of the phone for free. Well, actually to be honest you will have to pay one penny at Amazon online store.
It looks like Verizon Wireless is in the mood for gifts. Big Red is now offering its best HTC smartphone absolutely for free. Yes, that is correct. The HTC DROID DNA can be yours for a round $0. If you purchase the handset between now and May 21, you will save $199, which is exactly how much the phone’s regular price tag reads. In return, the carrier will ask you to be loyal for the next 24 months. In other word, you will be required to sign a new 2-year contract.
The HTC First just got its first price cut. If you were thinking about treating yourself to this particular phone now would be the best time to do this, as AT&T just dropped its price from $99.99 to $0.99 on contract, which is almost free. We have good news also for those who prefer to have the phone without any obligations. The outright price is now $350 which is $100 off of its regular price. The carrier did not disclose yet if the new price is permanent or just limited-time offer.
The LG Revere 2 appeared a few days ago on Verizon’s rebate form suggesting imminent launch. Indeed, the phone was made available yesterday and can be purchased at the carrier’s online store. Verizon is offering the Revere 2 for free but requires a new 2-year activation. Those who prefer not to sign lengthy contracts with the carrier can purchase the phone for $199.99 and use it with month to month pre-paid service.
A few days ago we reported about possible addition of two new feature phones to Verizon portfolio. It turns out that we were right. The LG Cosmos 3 has just arrived at Verizon Wireless and is as cheap as can be. The phone can be your for free as long as you sign a new 2-year service agreement. If you don’t want to enter into 24-month relationship with the carrier, you can buy the phone with month to month service but then you will have to pay full retail price of $189.99.
While big national networks focus mainly on satisfying the needs of the most demanding customers, smaller regional carriers are usually the ones who take care of the other spectrum. One of such carriers, US Cellular, has just launched a lower-end Android phone, the ZTE Director. The offer is addressed to those users who are on a tight budget but still want Android experience. The handset is on sale for just $0.01 and requires you to sign a new two-year service agreement.
Back on March 5, an image appeared via @evleaks on Twitter purported to be the upcoming LG Lucid 2 to Verizon Wireless, which was a variation of the LG Optimus F5 for the US market. It turns out the picture was authentic and the release day of new phone was announced earlier this week by the carrier. Starting today, you can grab the LG Lucid 2 4G LTE at Verizon stores for free with two-year contract, or $349 without any commitment.
If you were thinking about becoming a Verizon customer now is a good time to do so, since you can get an high-end smartphone almost for free. Amazon Wireless is offering the Motorola Droid RAZR HD for $0.01, to be exact, for new customers as along as they agree to sign a new 2-year service agreement with the carrier. The savings are substantial when you compare the deal on Amazon with the price in Verizon store. The carrier is selling the handset for $99.99, so you could save almost $100 if you opt for Amazon.
If you’ve been waiting for a good deal to pull the trigger on picking up Google Nexus 4, now is your chance. T-Mobile is currently offering the smartphone for free at its official online store. To get advantage of the deal, you will have to just to sign a two-year contract. This is a pretty sweet deal considering the fact that without spending a penny you can get a powerful smartphone powered by quad-core processor and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The offer is available online only and accordingly to carrier’s notes it expires this Sunday, February 24. Therefore you must act quickly.
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If you are still looking for a late Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one, here is something you may find interesting – the HTC One VX for AT&T at a discounted price. The handset costs either $0.01 or $0.99 depending on which color you choose. The regular subsidized price for the phone is $49.99, so it is a generous amount of money to save. There is one catch though. The only color available at the price of $0.99 at the carrier’s store is Red. If you prefer the White version you should head to Amazon where you can buy the handset for just one penny.
If you were considering buying the Samsung Galaxy S III and looking for a good offer, here is one you will like. Amazon is selling the phone for free, just $0.01 to be exact, which is the best deal ever spotted for Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone. Isn’t it awesome? Of course it is, as long as you do not mind having Sprint as your carrier for the next 24 months, since you will have to sign a new service agreement to take advantage of the offer.
What could be better than a bunch of red roses for your loved one on Valentine’s Day? That bunch of flowers accompanied by one of the Galaxy lineup smartphones for T-Mobile purchased at a discounted price before Valentine’s Day of course. Jokes aside, T-Mobile Valentine’s Day Sale on the Samsung Galaxy S III (16 GB and 32 GB models), Galaxy S II, Galaxy Blaze and Relay, is now on and will last through February 18.
The best Windows 8 phone so far, the Nokia Lumia 920, loaded with PureMotion HD+ Display and PureView camera, is now available at the cheapest price ever. The Nokia’s flagship smartphone on AT&T network can be yours for just $0.01, so this hardy qualifies as any price at all. One could even say it is (almost) for free. But back to the point, there are a few conditions to meet if you want to get the phone at this price.
If you were considering switching to Sprint but needed some extra incentive, we may have something for you. The number 3 largest carrier in the US is currently having a BOGO sale – Buy One Get One promotion on one of its best devices – the LG Optimus G. Can it get any better than a high-end smartphone on sale for cheap?
The Samsung ATIV Odyssey is one of those phones that you just want to have because it looks cool, runs Windows 8, supports 4G LTE on Verizon network and offers pretty decent set of specs. The one thing that could be discouraging was probably the price. “Was” because although the handset went on sale just week ago at price $49.99, it got already discounted by Best Buy and now is up for grabs for free. If you are not tempted enough already, keep on reading.