Microsoft and AT&T go BOGO on Windows Phone 7 devices, but only in stores

Microsoft and AT&T go BOGO on Windows Phone 7 devices, but only in stores
Forced to think about a WP7 promotion for the holiday season, Microsoft and AT&T came up with the ever-inventive BOGO campaign. Starting Black Friday, November 26th, customers can enter an AT&T store, buy a Windows Phone 7 handset, and walk out with another one, for free, both on two-year contracts.

That knocks the price to about $100 a pop, plus the free entertainment pack offered with AT&T's WP7 handsets, which includes the 3D puzzle game ilomilo, and 30-day Zune pass for free music and TV shows.

In our Black Friday deals list, however, we have the Samsung Focus, HTC Surround and LG Quantum at $25 profit for you at Wal-Mart, if you take advantage of their $100 gift card offer, and enter the LetsTalk coupon 25RAFPCVER1 on checkout. If you sniff at gift cards, then Amazon has all three phones for $49.99, so we really don't see much value in AT&T's proposition, especially if you have to get up and go to the store, but props for the effort anyway.

source: Microsoft


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