Best Buy now dropping the price for the Motorola DEVOUR to $99.99?

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Best Buy now dropping the price for the Motorola DEVOUR to $99.99?
As we've reported yesterday, the Motorola DEVOUR will be going for a hefty $149.99 on contract throughout Best Buy stores nationwide. Some may argue how that may not be enough to attract customers from just jumping up to its bigger sibling; the Motorola DROID. Now one of our tipsters has managed to shed some light on a potential new pricing structure for the DEVOUR that may raise some eyebrows and getting the attention it deserves. It looks like the big box retailer is planning on giving the Android powered smartphone a much need price chop before it's even made available. Previously going for $149.99, it now points to a much more respective lower cost at $99.99 – and that's for both new and existing customers. If having to sign away your life for another 2 years isn't your kind of thing, then you'll really be impressed with it new no-contract price of $299.99 – a big decrease from the previous announced $549.99 cost. Let's hope that Best Buy does consider keeping this new attractive pricing structure – it'll definitely make it a worthwhile investment.

Motorola DEVOUR Specifications

Thanks to our anonymous tipster!



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6 Comments

1. Steven58

Posts: 80; Member since: Nov 25, 2009

sounds reasonable

2. rjt185

Posts: 257; Member since: Jun 11, 2009

Definitely more reasonable considering this will have a minimum $29.99 monthly data plan attached to it.

3. Kappy

Posts: 108; Member since: Dec 14, 2009

Interesting. Gotta compete with the backflip

4. dbdynsty25

Posts: 3; Member since: Feb 19, 2010

I believe the no-contract price is $499, not $299 like the article mentions. Typo maybe?

5. XxxMich3113xxX

Posts: 13; Member since: Jan 30, 2010

Yeah, I can't see it being under $400 dollar cost... should be closer to $500.

6. RORYREVOLUTION

Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

One of my friends is a best buy moblie worker and he has confirmed the no contract price will be 499, so before you rush out, realize that is a bunch of crap. No new android smartphone is going to be that cheap for no contract price. Even the LG env touch is 400 without a contract.

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