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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by thekarens, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. thekarens

    thekarens Well-Known Member
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  2. cds0699

    cds0699 Android Expert

    Nice, thank you for posting :)
  3. gsxr150

    gsxr150 Well-Known Member

    Humm...is this legit? How are they able to sell it for $50 less than others? I'm assuming they ship on the 16th?
  4. cds0699

    cds0699 Android Expert

    I actually looked a lil closer, and its for a new account.
  5. whatsitsname

    whatsitsname Android Enthusiast

    Easy. ETF. $300 from Wirefly plus $350 from Sprint if you break your contract within 6 months. After 6 months you only have to deal with Sprint.
  6. gsxr150

    gsxr150 Well-Known Member

    Humm...I want my hand on it on day 1, so I'll fork over the extra $50. :(
  7. RoboMonkey

    RoboMonkey Android Expert

    Why? So you can return it in 30 days and get the iPhone 5? :)
  8. gsxr150

    gsxr150 Well-Known Member

    Never!! Only Andriod here... Seems like a solid phone I could get a year out of. Bought the EVO 4G on release day and still enjoy it.
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  9. ravizzle

    ravizzle Newbie

    Actually it is also same price for upgrades!

    Also if u have bank of america, u can enroll in their free add it up program and u can get 50 bucks cash back from wirefly. so u can get it for like 100 bucks. also wirefly doesnt charge CA sales tax so that helps even more.
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  10. unplugged1

    unplugged1 Android Enthusiast

    I looked all over the site for BofA add-it-up program and couldn't find anything about it. Could you find a link to send me to? Thanks.
  11. thekarens

    thekarens Well-Known Member
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  12. kublai

    kublai Lurker

    Wow. Didn't know Wirefly participated in Bofa's Add-It-Up program. I've gotten cash back through the program before on my purchases at tigerdirect. Never ordered a phone through wirefly before but with no sales tax for CA this is becoming very tempting...

    Thanks for the tip!
  13. Sammael

    Sammael Member

    question about the wirefly deal

    does the 125 dollar credit for transferring phone number/service from a rival carrier apply if you go that route?

    Currently with verizon and would like to get that deal if possible, is that only available through sprint stores or does wirefly allow that as well?

    The 29 dollar tethering option... please tell me I can tether on the phone without paying that much extra.

    Will I have to root the phone to get a free tethering app on there, or will there be a more straight forward way to get around that tethering charge?

    (complete android novice here, coming from an lg enV touch dumbphone)
  14. cds0699

    cds0699 Android Expert

    Sorry I don't know anything about the transferring number thing, but I am pretty sure the only way around the tethering thing is by rooting your phone.
  15. BenChase7

    BenChase7 Android Expert

    You must go through Sprint to get the 125 dollar port in credit.

    See the fine print at the bottom: www.sprint.com/switchtosprint

    If you're cool tethering via a USB cable, an app called Easy Tether works great... NO rooting required or monthly fee.
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  16. Sammael

    Sammael Member

    that settles whether or not I go with wirefly, sprint direct it is then. Now I just need to determine what the fastest way to get the phone is, in store or online order.
  17. toolwarrior

    toolwarrior Well-Known Member

    Another pretty good tether app is called something like PDA net. way back when, someone did a comparison between the two and found they both had pros and cons, but it sounded like easy tether was the faster and that is what I wanted.
  18. Gavisann

    Gavisann Android Enthusiast

    +1 for PDA.NET. I like it so much I bought the full version.
  19. teky

    teky Android Enthusiast

    I just pre-ordered...I'm handing my EVO 4G to the wife and getting the epic touch as an add-a-line. Can't wait!
  20. kublai

    kublai Lurker

    I just pre-ordered at wirefly too. Can't wait to get the phone. Never ordered from them before so hopefully it goes smooth. Does anyone know if there is any chance premier gold customers would get the phone few days early from wirefly?
  21. Exit24

    Exit24 Member

    I could be wrong, but I don't think being a Sprint premier gold customer would have anything to do with a 3rd party company like wirefly.
  22. unplugged1

    unplugged1 Android Enthusiast

    The ONLY way to get the phone early is to order from Sprint Tele Sales as far as I know. Going to a Sprint store won't help either.

    I ordered mine from Wirefly. I can wait five days. (With $7 Second day FedEx compared to early delivery from Sprint.)

    The real difference is that in California, the state taxes you on the retail price of the phone. That's $42 in taxes I save by ordering at Wirefly.
  23. cds0699

    cds0699 Android Expert

    Which number is Sprint tele sales?
  24. BenChase7

    BenChase7 Android Expert

    Order by phone 1-866-866-7509
  25. cybersteve

    cybersteve Newbie

    I just preordered. Its $119 if you go through the friends and family link here.

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