Yes, that’s right! Amazon Wireless is selling the AT&T version of the most popular Android device for only $149.99. If you’re reading this I am almost positive you know about the specs on this bad boy, in case you need a refresher, check out the quick video walkthrough. To qualify for the deal you must be eligible for an upgrade or sign a new 2 year contract. Currently, the device is backordered and the ship time is 1-2 weeks.
Now is your chance to get a smokin’ deal on one of the greatest Android devices available, as long as you don’t mind a little wait. For details or to place an order punch the link below.
As the summer comes to an end it can be tough to give up all that fun and relaxation for long days of work and school, but Gameloft has an offer that may be just the thing to cheer you up: a back-to-school sale on Android Games! The selection of games is limited, but worth a look, here’s the $0.99 selection:
When you walk through RadioShack’s doors tomorrow there won’t be a T-Mobile device in sight and their recent partnership with Verizon will officially be live. So what better way to kick off the occasion than with a $100-off Verizon Android smartphone promotion, right? An internal document outlines this offer to be available to customers with qualified new contracts. The devices include the Droid 3, HTC Droid Incredible 2 and Droid Bionic 4G LTE to name a few and accessory bundles are noted as well. The deal begins tomorrow, September 15th and concludes October 15th.
Hit the break for the internal doc image with the full list of devices included in this offer.
The Samsung Galaxy Y, that’s ‘Y’ for youth, as in paper route money low-priced, has been listed as “Coming Soon” on the Vodafone UK mobile network. I was able to quickly find a plan for this device at £15.50 a month for a 2 year commitment that includes 200 minutes and 500 texts with an extra 100 minutes included if you pre-order before 12 September.
The device runs on Android 2.3, has a 832MHz processor, a 3-inch (320 x 240) TFT display, 2MP rear-facing camera, Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi capabilities. Any interested youths or likewise price conscience old folks should hit the break for a link to this Vodafone UK offer.
Last month we heard that Costco was going to have a bundle for the DROID Bionic. We were expecting it to be for $299.99, but it came in $20 less at $279.99. With the bundle you get a standard dock, a vehicle navigation dock, and the battery charger with an extra battery. That is $158 in accessories, plus a savings of $20 from Verizon’s price. I would say this is the best deal around, but of course you have to be a member.
Of course, if you don’t want accessories, you can check out the Amazon deal.
If you want the DROID Bionic, and you going to sign a new 2-year contract, than you need to head over to Amazon. They are offering it for $179.99. That is the good news, the bad news is that it is already backordered with an estimated date of September 9th. I would say the extra few days is well worth the savings.
If you are already a Verizon Wireless subscriber, you can still get a decent deal along with your 2-year contract upgrade. You will save $50 from Verizon’s price and only pay $249.99.
Sprint filed suit against AT&T today, following the U.S. Department of Justice’s own suit opposing the merger. As quoted from their press release, ”Sprint opposes AT&T’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile,” said Susan Z. Haller, vice president-Litigation, Sprint. “With today’s legal action, we are continuing that advocacy on behalf of consumers and competition, and expect to contribute our expertise and resources in proving that the proposed transaction is illegal.” It looks as if the chaos we’ve witnessed thus far is merely the beginning.
Earlier today, we reported on a Reuters article suggesting that T-Mobile wouldn’t receive their settlement package if the the merger deal fell through. Deutsche Telekom has since responded to the Wall Street Journal. A Deutsche Telekom spokesman said that AT&T could “retreat from the transaction if the concessions necessary to get approval amount to more than $7.8 billion, but added, Deutsche Telekom would still be entitled to receive the break-up fee package.” So, Deutsche Telekom isn’t indicating that the fee is in any danger should the deal not close, contrary to the previous report from Reuters. Everything is still up in the air folks. Regardless, Deutsche Telekom is confident that they are still entitled to the $6 billion.
Ready to get your hands on the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch from Sprint? Wirefly is offering $50 off the pre-order for the Epic 4G at $149.99 for new or upgrade accounts. The Touch will be released on September 16th at $199.99 from Sprint, so why not head over to Wirefly and save yourself some cash if you’re looking for one. You’ll also have a price guarantee from Wirefly for 30 days after the 16th should they drop the price. Hit up the source link below to pre-order one now.