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$149 SGS Epic Touch

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by noirchat, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. noirchat

    noirchat Lurker
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  2. pappabacon

    pappabacon Well-Known Member

    I got mine from Walmart/Letstalk for $99.
     
  3. unplugged1

    unplugged1 Android Enthusiast

    The only significant difference between Wirefly and Amazon is that Amazon provides free second-day shipping. I think Wirefly charges $7 for second-day.

    I think you are referring to a new line. The Wirefly and Amazon charges are for an upgrade.
     
  4. pappabacon

    pappabacon Well-Known Member

    The Amazon deal was $149 for a new line, same price as an upgrade.
     
  5. unplugged1

    unplugged1 Android Enthusiast

    I know. I was stating that the Walmart price you are referring to is for a new line, not an upgrade.
     
  6. pappabacon

    pappabacon Well-Known Member

    I didn't say it was for an upgrade. The OP didn't indicate if he was upgrading or not. I was just indicating the price for the Walmart one.
     
  7. Shouse

    Shouse Member

    Regardless, Walmart has gone up $20 across the board.
    I think I'll give Amazon a try?
     
  8. pappabacon

    pappabacon Well-Known Member

    They (walmart) are offering waived activation, which was $36 when I ordered mine. I don't know if that is the same for upgrades.
     
  9. Shouse

    Shouse Member

    Yea, I shoulda caught that. Activation isn't waived for anyone anymore is it (unless you have a deal)? Gold, silver, doesn't matter right?
     
  10. eyecon82

    eyecon82 Well-Known Member

    Or a corporate discount that dictates that you do not get charged activation fee
     
  11. Shouse

    Shouse Member

    corporation discount? I believe I have this (on a family plan so not in full understanding of it all). Can you elaborate? Trying to find the best deal out there for a renewal w/ my setup.
     
  12. eyecon82

    eyecon82 Well-Known Member


    Yep. Most but not all have free activation as part of the agreement with sprint. I know mine does. Call account services to verify.
     
  13. Shouse

    Shouse Member

    Ordered from Walmart wireless for $149 plus free activation (don't need it anyways). The lady asked for my driver's license number and full social security. That seem odd to anyone else?
     
  14. unplugged1

    unplugged1 Android Enthusiast

    Amazon Wireless does not request a SSN, Wirefly only requests a SSN, no driver's license. I suspect the reason they request such excessive and unnecessary ID is because they want to be able to track you down if you make off with the phone without keeping a plan with Sprint.
     
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