T-Mobile recently updated their sign-up page for the HTC One. They have announced a special offer for online orders of the HTC One, a free official Car Kit. The offer comes as an addition to their “$100 Prepaid Visa Card or the trade-in value of your old handset – whichever’s greater” offer announced the beginning of February.
T-Mobile has gone to great lengths to ensure they maximize the number of qualified buyers, which is great for those of you out their waiting in the wings for the official release. To qualify, buyers need only pre-register for information on the site by Apr 04, purchase the One by Apr 26 (which supports a possible early April pre-sale launch date), and trade-in their current, working smartphone by May 31.
As more and more of us start to truly embrace our mobile devices, it’s only natural that we begin to really take advantage different means to save the different pieces of content on our devices. That’s why online storage solution Box.com is offering a sweet deal for new users. While this special 50GB of free storage offer is listed as a “Dell Exclusive Offer” exclusive, it appears that anyone and everyone can take advantage of this sweet, sweet deal— so you don’t need to necessarily own a Dell computer or be a Dell employee to enjoy this awesome offer. The cool thing about this offer is that Box.com generally offers a pretty solid 5GB of free storage for new users, so it’s pretty cool that its 50GB promotion is ready to be taken advantage of by new prospective users.
There’s no word on how long this promotion will last, but we’re pretty sure that you’ll want to head on down to the source link and take advantage of this awesome opportunity as soon as possible. Be sure to use the source link below to get the deal.
Well what do we have here folks? A special offer has just appeared on the Play Store highlighting a $100 bill credit from Ma Bell when purchasing an HSPA+ version of the Nexus 7 tablet. As with most special deals— this one initially aims to save AT&T customers an extra dollar or two when signing up for a 2-year contract. Of course customers will quickly realize that they will likely pay far more money in the long run because they are not only paying full price for the 32GB version of the tablet (currently priced at $299), but they will also be stuck paying for a monthly data plan starting at $15 bucks— which really adds up in the long run.
Of course users can always splurge for a WiFi-only option or get the HSPA+ model and look for alternative monthly data options by going the prepaid route, but hey— it’s always nice to have the option of going down the carrier route, right?
US Cellular just announced an attractive incentive in order to draw more customers to its mobile service. The mobile carrier is set to offer a welcome $100 activation credit toward any Android device when you sign up for a plan— meaning you may have yet another reason to splurge on that upcoming Sammy Galaxy S II phone. Unfortunately, this offer is for a limited time, so you’ll have to jump on it ASAP if you want to take advantage. In addition, it will waive any of those pesky activation fees. The offer is web-only, but at least you’ll get to have free shipping on any Android purchase you make. Oh and US Cellular may also offer you up to a $150 additional credit if you leave your current mobile provider for its services. Sounds like a nice deal indeed. If you’re interested on over to US Cellular’s website today before it’s too late!
source: Android Central
Radio Shack is offering several great deals on a number of their smartphones this Holiday season. Among them are powerful devices like the T-Mobile G2 and the MyTouch 4G. If you snag one now the Shack will also throw in a free Plantronics bluetooth headset to compliment your phone. You have to be eligible for an upgrade and you must sign up for a new 2 yr agreement. We can’t see this deal lasting long so hurry up and get yours today!