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General Best price for G1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gewgluvr, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. gewgluvr

    gewgluvr Well-Known Member
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    Does anyone know the best prices for G1 phones with contracts.

    TY
     

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  2. Cryptic79

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  3. gewgluvr

    gewgluvr Well-Known Member
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    Anyone know if WalMart is still running specials? I hear they were at $150 at one time. I need three of them.
     
  4. Rmg12gra

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    come to the UK!
     
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  6. jbzlost

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    i got mine out right for 299 a wall mart in alabama was haveing a sell an they macth it woot
     
  7. danielbb

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    I grabbed mine off ebay for
     
  8. Filament

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    Has it ever occured to any of you that if you can't afford the usual T-Mobile plan to use your G1, maybe you shouldn't be buying such an expensive phone? It's like living in a cardboard box and driving a Ferrari. What are you thinking?
     
  9. HTC

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    so many trolling posts.. no one said he cant afford it... and i wouldn't compare the G1 to a ferrari... maybe like a vertu phone can be compared to a ferrari, but a phone u can get for almost free? i dont think so.

    its not like he needs to sell his house to get the phone.. he just wants to get a good deal.
     
  10. Kael29

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    $139/no-activation fee.

    If you name-drop a corporation that works with T-Mobile. I happen to work for one, so I got the discount. They sometimes want a valid email address, I didn't have to give one though.

    The way it worked was that I went into a store and got the senior sales person (just happened to be the one I talked with first). I told her of the corporate discount for employer. She sold me the phone at $139. I then had to call a T-Mobile # to get the activaton credit.

    But the store never did check any documentation for my in-store discount, so I'd assume you could get it for $139+activation with no-hassle *shrug* Worth a try.
     
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