New & upgrade customers can fetch the HTC Droid Incredible for $199.99 at Best Buy

New & upgrade customers can fetch the HTC Droid Incredible for $199.99 at Best Buy
Verizon customers who are already smelling the air and feeling very fond of the HTC Droid Incredible will surely have to plan strategically where they intend on purchasing the device on launch day. Although it's still up in the air as to which date Best Buy plans on launching the high powered Android handset, it looks like both new and existing customers who are eligible for an upgrade can fetch themselves the HTC Droid Incredible for $199.99 plus tax – no rebates required for this one. It makes it even sweeter when you know you're only required to dish out that amount and nothing as opposed to those Verizon stores which asks you to throw out $299.99 upfront to get back $100 in the form of a mail-in-rebate. And for those who opt to purchase it at the full cost with no contract commitment required, just expected to lay out a hefty $599.99 for the smartphone. Whichever way you decide to go after the HTC Droid Incredible on launch day, just keep in the back of your mind Best Buy's no mail-in-rebates required to get the deal on the phone.

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New & upgrade customers can fetch the HTC Droid Incredible for $199.99 at Best Buy

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6 Comments

1. tallica05

Posts: 93; Member since: Dec 26, 2009

Eh or you can just order it online at their website... No MIR there, i wonder if thats on pre order to.... hmmm

2. doublej1970

Posts: 28; Member since: Apr 16, 2010

When is the pre order date for BB??

3. tallica05

Posts: 93; Member since: Dec 26, 2009

IDK for BB but its the 19th on VZW.com

4. jcoberg10

Posts: 112; Member since: Oct 30, 2009

I wonder if BB will honor NE2 discounts?

5. tallica05

Posts: 93; Member since: Dec 26, 2009

No cause they are indirect. Again thats where i'd go online for it cause you get instant rebate and NE2. freaking sweeeeeeeeet..

6. enemyisyou

Posts: 44; Member since: Jul 04, 2009

The good thing about pre-ordering through Best Buy is that you only have to put $50 down to reserve a phone. For someone like me who gets paid the day the phone comes out, this works out perfectly to pay the balance when I pick up the phone. Ordering through VZW directly means you have to shell out the full 200 right at the get-go. I guess it's different strokes for different folks...

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