Amazon is also throwing its own special promotion for T-Mobile phones

Amazon is also throwing its own special promotion for T-Mobile phones
Even though a good majority of the T-Mobile phones offered by Amazon are generally priced at $0.01 at any given day, aside from a few higher end models, the online retail giant is following suit like T-Mobile by selling most of their selection for a penny with a 2-year agreement. Devices like the Nokia Nuron 5230, HTC HD2, T-Mobile Garminfone, and the BlackBerry Bold 9700 are all selling for the shiny price of a penny – making it more than affordable for just about anyone. In addition, they're throwing free shipping and activation upon purchase to sweeten the deal even more. However, we did notice that one handset wasn't priced at $0.01 – the HTC Touch Pro2. We're not sure why it's priced at $99.99, but we're sure there are other reasonable handsets you could side with. As for existing customers who have an eligible upgrade available, it'll be hit or miss if the handset will come down to $0.01. We noticed that a good portion of their feature phones were priced accordingly, but high-end handsets were priced higher – still, it's a nice promotion that'll go on until June 21.

source: Amazon via Gizmodo



1. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

lame..tmobile compared to att is too small anyways if I travel everywhere..PLUS...they aernt a real company

3. pingpong

Posts: 145; Member since: Mar 28, 2010

Talk crap for absolutely no reason much?

2. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

uhh.. jrcrow, tmobile and att have a nearly identical footprint in the US since they roam off eachother. Tmobile is also a much bigger company worldwide. Tmobile is also faster and cheaper than ATT. sooo.. whos not the real company? At least they dont have a smaller footprint than VZW but still try to charge like VZW for idiots who assume higher price = better service... or people that think the iphone is the best phone ever. :)

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