AT&T reduces the pricing of its popular smartphones in time for spring
posted by John V. / Mar 28, 2011, 4:26 PM
Good things indeed happen if you wait long enough in the wireless industry, and fittingly so, AT&T just recently reduced the pricing on some of its most popular smartphones. Of course, the timing is undoubtedly just right since we’re already into the spring season, but customers will now be subjected to some reasonable discounts on certain smartphones.
Precisely, you can enter the smartphone realm by pick up the affordable BlackBerry Curve 3G for $29.99. Is that not enough for you? Well, you can pay $49.99 and pick up a BlackBerry Torch 9800, LG Quantum, or Samsung Focus. And lastly, you can shed a little more and dish out $99.99 for the still relevant Samsung Captivate.
Naturally, you’ll need to sign a 2-year contract to get in with these impressive prices, but don’t wait too long now to make a decision.
Most popular call, "How can I get a free iPhone?". People are dumb, but of course all you have to do is call customer care, enter your number, push 0 at the first menu and then the number for questions about closing your account. Now after reading that you may think i'm a smartass, but no. Threaten to cancel and take your services to Verizon, you may be able to receive the iPhone 4 with a 2 year contract for FREE! *Inside tip shouldn't be taken lightly*
posted on Mar 28, 2011, 4:50 PM 1
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That may be true, but you also have to remember you are bartering for a free iphone4 while signing up for a 2 year contract. I have no idea why you would want to buy an iphone4 right now considering they are most likely going to release the iphone5 this year. So yes, you may get your iphone4 for free now but in the end you are going to hit yourself for not waiting for the iphone5. Then the carrier will probably laugh when you are therefore forced to pay full price for the iphone5 or termination fees.
posted on Mar 28, 2011, 6:15 PM 0
ifails are never ever free. Representatives in the cancellation department have no more power than anyone else to change the price of the iphone. To do so would violate multiple agreements, as well as the strict non-compete policy apple has in place for their ipod phone.
posted on Mar 29, 2011, 8:46 AM 0
Posts: 8; Member since: Feb 02, 2011
Target has had this lineup of AT&T phones for that price for the longest time lol. I bought the captivate from them, oh and they do trade ins too, and got it for 15 bucks after trading in my old phone :-D I was one very happy camper
posted on Mar 30, 2011, 1:41 PM 0
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