Best Buy jumps at the HTC HD7S by pricing it unbelievably at $50 on-contract
Amazon seemingly obtained a fantastic price for the recently launched HTC HD7S for AT&T, when they marked it half off to what AT&T is asking for the device at $100 on-contract. Indeed nice, Best Buy’s pricing is shockingly better since they’re able to offer the newest Windows Phone 7 smartphone with a piercing $50 cost with a new 2-year contract. However, it’s worth mentioning that customers with qualified upgrades are subjected to a $149.99 price point, which is still better than the full $200 that AT&T is asking.
usually” offered with shipment dates of 2-5 business days. Nevertheless, you can always fall back and check out your local store to see if they have any in stock.
source: Best Buy via WP Central
1. Johnabis posted on 10 Jun 2011, 14:48 2 3
They have to sell it that cheap because nobody wants Windows 7 mobile on there phone. lol
3. simplyj posted on 10 Jun 2011, 16:53 1 1
I have never heard of "Windows 7 mobile" And I guess "nobody" doesn't even own a phone..
2. Koosyo (unregistered) posted on 10 Jun 2011, 16:33 0 0
Hey, I want one.
6. oddmanout posted on 11 Jun 2011, 05:21 0 1
Trust me, you don't. Better off getting an android. and if you just want it because you like how WP7 looks, just download "Launcher 7" from the android market and wahlah. You have the look of WP7 with the functionality, customization, and support of android on any android phone.
9. efjay (unregistered) posted on 11 Jun 2011, 13:59 0 0
I guess you speak for everyone, right? The only thing you will get from an android phone is a face full of malware at some point!
4. snowgator posted on 10 Jun 2011, 17:18 1 0
I am very interested in Windows. Just with Mango.
12. DylanDinh posted on 13 Jun 2011, 17:43 0 0
Me, too. I wish they would have some more featured apps like Chase, Oxford Dictionary, Paypal, better facebook app, yahoo messenger,etc.
5. mambocream posted on 10 Jun 2011, 18:37 3 1
I have a Samsung Focus Windows Phone and was subjected to using my wife's iPhone for a couple of days. I couldn't wait to get back to my Focus. Windows Phone is extremely intuitive and simple for anyone to pick up and find their way around, yet is very fast and beautiful. Yes, the app support still isn't there like Android and Apple, but it's kind of funny that some of the things that WP7 has had from the beginning are things that Apple is just now including in iOS5 (button to instantly activate camera, anyone?).
7. thommm (unregistered) posted on 11 Jun 2011, 06:20 0 0
Select Windows Phone 7 handsets are selling for a penny through the Microsoft Store...