LetsTalk is throwing a 72 hour sale that makes all AT&T phones free

LetsTalk is throwing a 72 hour sale that makes all AT&T phones free
Talk about some hot deals going on, but LetsTalk is throwing a special limited time promotion that starts March 29 and runs until March 31. The 72 hour sale makes every available AT&T phone in their lineup come out to be free with a 2 year contract obviously – but looking closely at the selection, you'll be surprised with what you can find. Big time smartphones like the HTC Touch Pro2, Motorola BACKFLIP, BlackBerry Bold 9700, LG eXpo, and the Samsung Jack are there for the taking – there is no cost to you at the time of purchase. In addition, they throw in free activation, a $35 Visa Gift Card, and a $40 Bill Credit on your first bill. Overall, this deal is looking to be truly spectacular and will really catch the gaze of some people who've been holding out on purchasing any of the handsets on their lineup. Even though the iPhone is not thrown into the mix of things with LetsTalk, the sheer about of other decent phones will more than satisfy anyone out there – just make sure you don't miss out on this offer.

source: LetsTalk via PhoneNews

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4 Comments

1. kjh267

Posts: 25; Member since: Mar 16, 2010

With the way at&t's phone lineup is they should be giving them away for free to begin with. Ive been with at&t for 10 years and have will be switching this month due to there crap phones and restrictions on android. Also anyone who buys any phone unlocked and then chooses to go with at&t for their provider is an idiot. If a company is not willing to subsidze a phone dont pay their subsidized monthly fee. Youll be paying almost double what you should be paying. Tmobile seems to be the only one who really cares to do it right!

2. Nobodey

Posts: 76; Member since: Jan 03, 2010

T-Mobile is the only one who does it right. Hmm.. I wonder why? My economics class in high school would say that a little thing called supply and demand might be involved. Low demand = low prices. Why would T-mobile have low demand I wonder?

3. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

To switch a provided b/c of the restrictions on a android is stupid, but we have our opinions just be sure to do ALL your research b4 you just quickly go to another provided...just words of the wise

4. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

yeah the phones are free but please read the requirements you need in order to get it for free, i've work for ATT and seen the mess "Lets Talk" does. Just be sure that you keep the data voice plan and features that are required to keep for six months to a year so you don't get nail with the retail price of the phone for trying to beat the system.

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