This one goes out to my favorite sister, who’s prepared to trade her aging (and recently) BlackBerry for a smartphone.
From now by Monday, Oct 17, Amazon is offering any Verizon phone for only one cent. Shipping is giveaway (and it’s two-day shipping during that), though an activation cost might apply. (I wasn’t means to find any sum on that, and we see no justification that Amazon is waiving it.)
The sale includes a whopping 31 models, including underline phones, BlackBerrys, and Android-powered smartphones. The highlight, but a doubt, is the Motorola Droid Bionic, that CNET recently awarded an Editors’ Choice.
The Bionic routinely sells for $299.99 with a two-year contract. Another renouned 4G model, the HTC Thunderbolt, lists for $249.99. Needless to say, a one-penny squeeze cost is strong tempting.
Other important choices embody the, the HTC Trophy (the one Windows Phone in a group), and the . Alas, a one vivid repudiation is a iPhone, that would be notable indeed during $.01.
Whatever indication we choose, you’ll be on a offshoot for a customary two-year contract, with monthly use skeleton starting during around $70 for voice and data. The understanding is good for new and existent Verizon business alike. Correction: Existing business contingency supplement a new line of service.
So, what do we think? Too good to pass up? Or are we already?
Bonus deal: Every so mostly we can obstacle an 802.11n router for 20 bucks. Like today: Buy.com has the TrendNET TEW-651BR Wireless-N Router for $19.99 shipped. Hard to beat!
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