15
Jul
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Wow, we knew Wirefly and Amazon were trying hard to compete and offered excellent prices on both the Verizon's Motorola Droid X and the T-Mobile's Samsung Vibrant that came out today. And kudos to them.

However, this deal that LetsTalk.com, another large A+ BBB rated phone retailer, just posted up beats out all competition hands down.

  • Samsung Vibrant for T-Mobile: $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate shipped free OVERNIGHT, with a free car charger thrown in
  • Motorola Droid X for Verizon: $149.99 after an instant $50 discount, shipped free (though not overnight)

For comparison, both phones are being sold by the respective retailers for $200.

Samsung Vibrant

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Motorola Droid X

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Retail Prices

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After seeing the deals on the web, you'd really have to wonder why people would want to go straight to the retailers to buy their phones, other than to touch them first without an ability to resist temptation. If you can wait a few days, however, why not go to the store, check out the phone, and then buy it online?

Source: LetsTalk.com

Artem Russakovskii
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  • http://www.infinityball.com Ryan Rife

    You can get the Droid X for $129 from Wirefly with Bing Cashback.

    • http://www.infinityball.com Ryan Rife

      That includes existing customers as well.

  • Eric

    I think that price is only good for new Verizon customers.....not to re-new your contract. I could be wrong though, but when I did it the price came up $299.99 plus a $50 instant rebate. I still got a better deal right through verizon with my New Every 2 plus a 10% off coupon code on top of that.

  • Steve

    On the Samsung, when you get to the checkout, click on the box to trade-in your old phone and you can save even more.
    If I trade-in (recycle) my G1, I can get almost another $50 off the price of the package...

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