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Dell will give you a $25 gift card for purchasing a free Motorola DROID X from them

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Dell will give you a $25 gift card for purchasing a free Motorola DROID X from them
Without any doubt, there is no arguing that you can't beat free stuff, right? Well, you can always one-up the feeling that encompasses you when someone decides to actually give you money for getting something free.

And that's exactly what Dell appears to be doing for new customers who sign on with a 2-year contract for the Motorola DROID X. Dell is actually giving these new customers a $25 gift card for simply getting the Motorola DROID X for free. Naturally, it's still one eye catching handset out there on Verizon's lineup, but the whole deal is especially gratifying knowing that you're not required to dish out any money out of your pockets – while still getting back $25 from Dell.

However, it's worth nothing that existing Verizon customers with qualified eligible upgrades will need to shell out $49.99 to purchase the handset with a 2-year contract. Still, it's a win-win situation because you're going to get the $25 gift card either way. All in all, you'd better think fast on your feet because this special deal doesn't last forever and is set to expire by the end of the month.

source: Dell via IntoMobile

Dell will give you a $25 gift card for purchasing a free Motorola DROID X from them

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posted on 28 Jan 2011, 16:01

1. hawk62 (Posts: 320; Member since: 21 Nov 2009)


Haha. Its still not worth the price!

posted on 28 Jan 2011, 19:36

2. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)


why is dell giving u money to buy moto?

posted on 29 Jan 2011, 08:40 2

3. valgal (unregistered)


Its not Dell you are really dealing with. Its a third party thats actually a part of Wirefly. Run not walk away from this offer.

posted on 30 Jan 2011, 01:11

4. DJ (unregistered)


so is this is Wirefly not Dell what is the big problem why should we not sign up for this deal

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