T-Mobile offers the Samsung Vibrant for $99 - today only!
T-Mobile is no stranger to wild promotions lately, so if you miss that boat, there will probably be others, but it is a nice way to save $100 if you intended to buy the Super AMOLED/1GHz Hummingbird handset anyway. The offer comes with the usual two-year contract requirement, $35 activation fee, and up to $200 early termination fee, if you buy this thing to auction it off afterwards. A qualifying voice/data plan must be added as well.
Samsung Vibrant Specifications | Review
1. CHEFJEFF (Posts: 143; Member since: 22 Sep 2009)
I'll wait for the Fascinate. Hopefully by the time Verizon releases it, all the bugs will have been worked out, besides T-mobile's network not being the greatest.
3. remixfa (Posts: 13938; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
it doesnt have the broad range coverage of VZW, nope, noone does, but if your in a populated area like most people, the service is great.. and if your in a metro area, with speeds up to 21mb/s compared to vzw's 3mb/s, as well as much cheaper plans.. its hard to say no to. :)
2. jpropin (Posts: 152; Member since: 20 May 2010)
The happy campers who participate in T-Mobiles Vibrant Forum are gonna love this! As if their previous angst wasn't enough......LOL
4. Blueman (unregistered)
who wants a phone without LED Notifications??? thats just dum on T-mobiles part. get it right damn it
5. pingpong (Posts: 145; Member since: 28 Mar 2010)
Not having LED doesn't seem to bother me. The Vibrate and Ringer are loud enough to hear and I'm always pulling my phone out to play it every so often anyways (4" SAMOLED, yes it is much fun to look at).