$99 gets you the HTC ThunderBolt, but only if you live in Michigan?
So what's the catch? The fine print points out that you have to renew your 2 year contract and you have to be at least 180 days since your last upgrade. Not too bad, as that is taking $150 off the regular 2-year price. Now it would be nice if Verizon would offer this deal to all their customers. What do you think?
Thanks to a friend for sending this in!
1. sitruc (unregistered) posted on 19 Apr 2011, 06:15 2 0
$199.99 isn't even the normal Verizon Wireless 2-year price in most places.
2. narley posted on 19 Apr 2011, 13:41 1 0
A zip code for Michigan is... 48930
if anyone actually thinks this is true i would advise you to go to VZW.com and type in that zip code as your own and see what the pricing is for the Thunderbolt.
weird its 249.99
For one time, do some research before you post something like this, my five year old newphew would have though of that.
3. CRICKETownz posted on 19 Apr 2011, 14:44 0 0
This doesn't seem too unrealistic. Going to the website and entering a zip code won't pull up an offer like this. Verizon sends direct communications to customers via email/flyer even text targeted at a specific customer base or region from time to time.
4. Verizondude (unregistered) posted on 19 Apr 2011, 15:59 0 0
I work for Verizon Wireless the $199.99 price is for customer who get an employee discount and that promotion is for customer of greater then 5 years