The HTC One has been available for pre-order at AT&T and Sprint for a few days already, but if you had no time or opportunity to place your order yet, do not worry because we have a better offer for you. Now you have a chance to score yourself one great deal and order the new HTC flagship phone for even lower price. Wirefly online store is now offering the smartphone at only $149.99 with a new Sprint contract.
This is the day many of you might have been waiting for for quite some time. The hard to find 16 GB Nexus 4, which up until now was back in stock only at T-Mobile for online orders, is now available also at Best Buy and Wirefly. While the unlocked version of the smartphone from Google would probably sound much better, both deals are pretty good, especially considering how difficult the Nexus 4 is to find.
If you are looking for tempting deals or sales on the newest Windows smartphones, we may have a good tip for you. Wirefly just launched sale for the latest Windows 8 phones released on T-Mobile and Verizon networks. For a limited time you can score the Windows Phone 8X, aka HTC 8X, at a price of$129.99 on two-year contract, which is $70 less than at carriers stores. The Nokia Lumia 822, exclusively released on Verizon network, can be yours for only $49.99 on contract which is $50 cheaper than at Verizon’s store. The Nokia Lumia 810 for T-Mobile is on sale for $79.99 with contract, what generates $70 savings when comparing the price to T-Mobile’s retail price of $149.99. Well, what do you think? Is it tempting enough? The time when the offer expires wasn’t disclosed, therefore we recommend to rush till quantity last.
Have you been holding off on getting the new HTC Droid DNA? Maybe it was still a bit pricier than you’d like, or perhaps you were curious about the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which is scheduled to arrive at the end of November. If the idea of owning the Droid DNA tempts you, today could be the perfect day to finally make the move to the HTC‘s flagship device. What’s so special about today? Wirefly is taking pre-orders for the Droid DNA $50 cheaper than at Verizon‘s store. The onlinie retailer is offering the phablet for $149.99 on contract for new and existing Verizon customers. This is a limited time offer. For more info visit Wirefly.
Sprint has made the LG Optimus G available for pre-order on its web site. The latest and the most powerful Android smartphone by LG loaded with large 4.7-inch IPS+ display, quad-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB of RAM, Android 4.0 ICS, 32GB of internal storage, an impressive 13 megapixel camera and a 2100 mAh battery costs $199.99 with a new two-year contract.
According to Sprint, the device will be shipped before November 11.
The Pantech Marauder, which appeared in Verizon’s stores some time ago, was designed to be a budget phone, but with the features it offers it certainly stands out from this category. If the previous price was too much for you, now you may be more interested, since you can have the Pantech phone for a penny from Amazon Wireless and for free from Wirefly as long as you sign a new 2-year service agreement. To take advantage of the deal you can be either new or existing customer. See details below.
Deal on Pantech Marauder for Verizon
|Full Retail Price||$329.99|
|2 Year Contract Discount||-$180.00|
Learn more about Pantech Marauder
The Pantech Marauder for Verizon sports a 3.8-inch capacitive touch screen display with a 800 x 480 pixel resolution, a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz dual-core, 1 GB of RAM, and 4 GB internal memory with memory card slot with support for up to 32 GB. The 5 megapixel rear camera, which can record HD videos, offers several capture modes: Scene Mode, Macro Mode, Customizable Brightness, Recording Mode and the VGA front camera is perfect for self-portraits and video chatting. If you prefer the sensation of touching actual keys while texting you will enjoy the physical slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Other features include mobile Wi-Fi hotspot, 3G/4G connectivity, V CAST Video and V CAST Music with Rhapsody capable, PC Synchronization, Visual Voicemail, Swype technology, and Bluetooth Version 3.0 with support for a number of profiles: headset, hands-free, object push, advanced audio distribution (stereo), audio/video remote control, file transfer and phone book access.
The phone runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and provides access to various e-mail accounts like Microsoft Exchange, Yahoo! Mail, Windows Live, AOL, Gmail as well as support for Google Mobile Services: Gmail, YouTube, Google+, Google Search and Google Maps, and access to the Google Play Store, where you can find thousands of apps, games and more. You can also access social networks like the most famous Facebook and Twitter.
The phone has some most useful tools like: alarm clock, calculator, calendar, vibration, voice memo, and voice-activated dialing.
What is quite unusual for the phone, it can work in two modes: Starter Mode and Standard Mode. The Starter Mode was introduced with the first-time smartphone users and those who are unfamiliar with the Android operating system in mind. In this mode, operating the phone is easy and intuitive. You won’t get lost, since there are only four home screens with preset widgets and quick dialer icon. The lock screen is better organized and much clearer.
Once you have mastered the Starter Mode, you can move on to the more advanced Standard Mode. Here you have up to seven home screens and all of them can be personalized, so you can make them look the way you like. The lock screen offers access to frequently used apps.
The Pantech Marauder maintains all the settings and allows switching between the modes without loosing any data or information.
Well that was fast. You probably already checked out our article about new T-Mobile Galaxy Note. As we previously reported, this awesome Android tablet-like device from Samsung launched yesterday on T-Mobile for $249 with a new two-year commitment.
If you liked what you saw and decided to pull the trigger on this one, do yourself a favor and skip T-Mobile’s website and go directly to Wirefly. The site is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Note for just $179.99 with a new contract.
While the price doesn’t exactly blows away, we did find its $179 price point quite alluring. Get a $70 discount on the ultimate mobile device with amazing 5.3-inch with Super AMOLED HD display. Shop & Save Today.
Still reluctant to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S3 for T-Mobile for $279? Three weeks ago we we brought you news that Galaxy S3 has been finally launched on T-Mobile network. Despite the highest price for the device in its class, we have calculated that the T-Mobile version in long 2 year run, is the cheapest option among other carriers to have the Galaxy S3. However if that didn’t convince you, we have some good news for those, who stuck making hard decision: buy or not to buy.
The 16GB Samsung Galaxy S3 for T-Mobile has been spotted today at price $199 with 2 year contract at Wirefly and Let’s Talk online stores. With the $80 discount on price and the most pocket friendly smartphone plans on T-Mobile network, there is no doubt that the T-Mobile version of Samsung Galaxy S3 is the best shopping choice for those who desire to have the Samsung’s latest flagship phone.
The deal is good for new and upgraders, however, this may be a limited time offer. Deal’s expiration date has not been disclosed but it doesn’t mean that this is a permanently price cut. We have spotted already that Galaxy S3 for Sprint and AT&T was available as low as $149 after $50 instant discount, however, few days later the price has been restored to its original tag $199. Consider this deal as a limited time offer and our recommendation here is to be hurry.