Were you interested in getting a Samsung Galaxy S5 at launch but were deterred by its pricetag?
Well now might be a good time to pounce.
The Samsung flagship is currently on sale for only $79.99 (with a new two-year contract) at Radio Shack.
If you need a refresher on what the device has to offer, check out our review here.
Source: Radio Shack
Verizon continues to work on enticing new customers or getting users to upgrade existing devices, this time by offering some additional data. Customers who activate a new smartphone or upgrade to a new smartphone and opt for a MORE Everything plan will be provided an extra gigabyte of data for the first two years. Users do have to select a MORE Everything plan with at least one gigabyte of data. Currently, a 2 GB account costs $50 per month, so using this offer a consumer could get the same 2 GB for the cost of the $40 per month fee for 1 GB. Users would have to factor in the line access charge though which currently runs at $40 for a smartphone.
This move is in addition to Verizon’s new single line package that was announced over the weekend. Under the terms of that offer, users signing up for a single line plan could get a 2 GB data allowance to go with unlimited talk and text for only $60 per month.
If you are interested in taking advantage of this offer on a MORE Everything plan from Verizon, hit the source link.
source: Verizon Wireless
The Amazon Fire TV device is one of the more expensive solutions for consumers looking for a media device to hook up to their television. The normal $99 price is not entirely unjustified as Amazon does make their Amazon Prime video service available through the platform and the game support is relatively strong compared to other devices. Amazon even makes a dedicated gaming controller available for $40. Amazon also built in voice control capabilities as we have all seen Gary Busey demonstrate.
Now, for a limited time, Amazon is offering the device for only $84 dollars. Hit the source link if you want to take advantage of this deal. There is no indication as to how long it will last.
You may not own a Huawei device, but I am sure you could find use of its accessories. On its online store, Huawei has a coupon code that takes 40% off of its accessories. This includes a charging cable, a case for the Ascend Mate2, a mini boom box, a car charger, earphones, and portable battery packs.
With the Moto X scheduled to become a relic later this year, Motorola has some devices to get rid of.
To clear out stock, the company is offering a discount on the device through its website. Just add a Moto X of any color/storage size/etc. to your shopping cart, and add the coupon code “MBXISMOT.”
Expansys has fired up a promotion on Google Play Edition devices as part of an apparent effort to clear out some stock. If you don’t mind a device that may be a generation behind the current flagships and have been looking for the experience of a GPE device, this is something you will certainly want to check out.
Well folks, the title says it all.
AT&T will be giving away $50 of Google Play credit to customers who purchase a new phone or tablet (with a new 2 year contract) from now until June 17.
After you purchase a new device, you’ll have to redeem a code. From that point, the code will expire on May 15, 2015. You’ll have to have (or create) a Google Wallet account before you redeem the code, though. The cool thing about the deal is that you can purchase up to 10 new devices and you’ll get the $50 credit on all of them, so you can buy new phones for the whole family.
It is an online only deal though, so make sure you don’t make your orders through the store if you want to take advantage of the deal.
It is summer and companies and carriers are creating all kinds of deals to get through the dog days. Graduations and Father’s Day are the last major sales push before the holiday season. To take advantage of that last wave, Motorola is holding a sale of its own starting June 4 (tomorrow).
From June 4-5, the company is taking $100 off the 32GB Moto X. Normally, the 32GB of Motorola’s flagship costs $449 through many carriers; therefore, this deal brings that price down to $349. The sale begins when the clock hits midnight and Motorola has had some trouble sustaining deals in the past, so get your credit card ready.
Motorola’s Moto G has caught a lot of attention, becoming the company’s best-selling smartphone ever. Now, those who are on Verizon’s prepaid plan can get the device cheaper than ever, at just $49.99 off contract.
When Verizon decided to pick up the Motorola Moto G to offer to their customers, they decided to only make it available via one of their prepaid plans. If a 3G smartphone is sufficient for your needs and you are okay with Verizon, then you may want to jump on this latest deal from Amazon. They are offering the Moto G for only $70.
There is no indication how long this deal will be available, but a check of Verizon indicates you can still get it for a Friday delivery if you order by late Thursday afternoon. Hit the source link if you want to check out the offer or place an order.