Motorola DROID 3 is selling for free this weekend only through LetsTalk
Obviously, its $199.99 on-contract price is nothing out of the ordinary seeing that its specs tastefully complement its pricing, but if you’re looking to get some serious saving, you may want to check out the promotion that available with LetsTalk. Priced impressively for free with your digital signature on a new 2-year agreement, it’s rather hard not to take notice since it has been out for a short period of time. However, customers with eligible upgrades will need to pay $89.99 to pick up the handset, which is still better than the $199.99 that Big Red is asking for.
Needless to say that LetsTalk is offering customers one nice gesture in pricing it so aggressively, but alas, it’s only good through this weekend only. So once Monday officially comes into perspective, just expect this one to jump back to its normal price point with the online retailer – albeit, we’re sure it’ll eventually get back to free in a matter of months.
source: LetsTalk via Unwired View
1. theo14461 posted on 30 Jul 2011, 22:27 1 0
Good deal, although, I just can't get past the lack of LTE.
2. HTCiscool posted on 31 Jul 2011, 04:10 0 0
If ur gonna sign up with a 2-year contract w/ Verizon at leats make sure ur phone has LTE connectivity at least!
3. doubleD posted on 31 Jul 2011, 08:21 0 0
Why? Why would I want a problem plagued phone with a feature(LTE) I don't have access to, and most likely won't for well over a year, when I can get a feature(full physical keyboard) I can actually use.
By the time my area gets LTE, I will most likely be eligible for another upgrade, or at least very close to the date. At least all the problems will be worked out by the time it comes to my market, about the only positive of having to wait so long.
4. URC (unregistered) posted on 31 Jul 2011, 13:34 1 1
I hope VZW drops them as an authorized carrier.
5. joe567 (unregistered) posted on 31 Jul 2011, 15:59 0 0
LTS is soo worth having..not worth going back to 3g anymore..its all the same price..if you have grandfathered unlimited data of course