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Walmart has the Samsung Conquer 4G on pre-order; price is set to free on-contract

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Walmart has the Samsung Conquer 4G on pre-order; price is set to free on-contract
Seriously! Who doesn’t love the fact when we see third party sellers offering pre-orders for an upcoming phone, but rather than sticking with the carrier’s original pricing, they simply blow them out of the water?

Well, if you happen to be eying the upcoming Samsung Conquer 4G for Sprint, you might want to check out what Walmart is offering right now. Specifically, they already have the 4G WiMAX enabled smartphone up for pre-order, but more importantly, early adopters choosing to side with the retailer are going to be knocked out by its sticker price.

Although Sprint is pricing the handset at the affordable price of $99.99 with a 2-year contract, early adopters will find it difficult to not side with Walmart on this one because they’re selling it for free! Considering that it packs some mid-range specs, the free on-contract pricing is undoubtedly astonishing on so many levels.

Walmart has the Samsung Conquer 4G on pre-order; price is set to free on-contract
Indeed, it’s neither the biggest, nor the baddest Android smartphone on Sprint’s lineup, but the combination of a fantastic price and decent hardware will really catch the attention of anyone.

source: Walmart via Engadget

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posted on 10 Aug 2011, 10:05 2

1. spanky (Posts: 81; Member since: 02 Jun 2011)


I actually hate when they do that. Because people go to these stores, buy a phone from some kid that has no idea what they are doing, get shown nothing about the phone, no contacts transferred, and half the time not even activated properly. Then they want to go to another store to get help.I would still stick with a store for a better experience. Plus all preferred stores and corporate locations (not best buy mobile, or walmart) offer Ready Now services which ensure your phone is ready to roll when you leave. Initial price is not the only thing you should consider. ;)

posted on 10 Aug 2011, 10:21

2. Rdio1 (unregistered)


Oh great another samsung transform aka piece of crap.
it had better be at least as good as the optimus to even sell.

posted on 10 Aug 2011, 19:22

3. The_Miz (Posts: 1496; Member since: 06 Apr 2011)


Oh look, another Android device no one will care about.

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