Update: Wirefly is steadily chopping away at the Samsung Fascinate - priced at $9.99
Still sporting a price tag of $199.99 with a 2-year agreement through Verizon's own web site, Wirefly is yet again leading the pack with its lowest pricing of the season – $9.99 with a contract! Now if that doesn't brings good news to your ear, then you may want to quickly look again at what Verizon is offering for it. Although the sweet deal is only available to new activations, existing customers with an eligible upgrade will be required to dish out $99.99 to get the handset – which is obviously more, but still far less than the $199.99 they would be paying through Big Red.
Shipping of course is included with the offer which makes it even better knowing that the only traveling you'll need to be doing is to the nearest computer to you. Slow creeping closer to that inevitable free proximity, this handset is more than worth it for the pricing you're paying.
Update: The competition is fierce when it comes down to aggressively luring customer, but Amazon is currently selling the same handset for $0.01. Quite an astonishing mark to say the least and is definitely more than agreeable on any budget! Still, customers with a qualified upgrade will still need to shell out $99.99 to get the handset.
Samsung Fascinate Specifications | Review
source: Wirefly & Amazon
1. gabe (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:48 0 0
Why can't Verizon sell for that price? But even free it's a rip-off- $ 30 for data plan x 20= $ 600 for a phone that will be absolute in 4 month when LTE, Gingerbread, duel core 1.5 snapdragon(or eq.) and front facing camera are offered, then you will be forced to shell out $350 for early cancelation or stay with a dinosaure.
2. YoudontKnow? (unregistered) posted on 20 Sep 2010, 09:58 0 0
Read Cnet.com reviews about wirefly then you will answer why Verizon doesn't sell at that price. Not to mention you can cancel your line for $350 (-$10 every month you make a payment) but if you want to open another line they will just give you your old contract back and give you back the cancelation fee you paid. So you didn't solve anything. LTE will not be out for phones for awhile and gingerbread will work on any phone with a 1 GhZ proccssor. Sounds like another misinformed person (shocking!).