Naturally, $199.99 is the standard price you’d expect to find most top shelf devices sporting, but taking into account that it’s been out for a little bit now, it’s only fitting to find some kind of price drop associated with it. And of course, it appears that Best Buy is here to the rescue as they’ve seemingly reduced its price tremendously to only $29.99 for new customers. Unfortunately, existing customers with eligible upgrades will need to shell out more at $99.99 with a 2-year agreement, but it’s still nonetheless tolerable either way.
In the face of another recently launched dual-core handset, the T-Mobile G2x, the $30 on-contract price that new customers are required to pay for the smartphone with AT&T's service isn’t bad at all - so don't let this one pass you by!
source: Best Buy