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Dell's special offer places the Motorola DROID at $49.99

Dell's special offer places the Motorola DROID at $49.99
We bet that Verizon's current BOGO promotion might be extremely tempting if you've been waiting patiently to get your hands on the Motorola DROID. There's actually a better deal that Dell is currently offering if you're truly interested in saving some cash on the DROID. Right now they're offering the Android powered smartphone to any customers that sign a two year contract with them. By doing so, you'll be treated to the extra low price of $49.99 for the handset – which of course makes it one hard offer to pass up on. When you try to purchase the handset and choose the lowest voice plan, Dell is automatically putting on the unlimited texting plan before you're eligible to checkout. So if you're fine with having the unlimited texting plan added on to your account, then go ahead and take advantage of this special limited time offer – you never know when something like this might come again in the near future.

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source: Dell via Slickdeals

Dell's special offer places the Motorola DROID at $49.99

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:45

1. ILOVEtechnology (unregistered)

dell is a wireless provider now?

posted on 21 Feb 2010, 08:50

2. slash_1001 (unregistered)

I am confuse.

posted on 21 Feb 2010, 10:05

3. macron2000 (Posts: 81; Member since: 07 Sep 2009)

Not really, but they have been selling phones and service plans hrough secondary sites for some time now such as passwird.com and monoprice.com. they easily undersell the likes of BestBuy and others by. 50 to 100 bucks all the time. In fact, I just purchased a Nokia E72 for 280 dollars unlocked. Next best price at the time was 389 to 425. Great deals there, and they are legit.

posted on 22 Feb 2010, 11:13

4. theGodpapa (Posts: 181; Member since: 15 Dec 2009)

Wow thats a heck of a deal, but I still wouldnt do business with a company that forces madatory charges on to your acct, especially since with Google Voice I can text for free !

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