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Get Any AT&T Phone for Just a Penny Today

 Get Any AT&T Phone for Just a Penny Today
Got a hankering for a new BlackBerry Bold 9000? Maybe you want the massive touchscreen of the Samsung Eternity? While you would otherwise have to spend a fair chunk of change to get either handset, today is a very special day for all the bargain hunters in the audience. That’s because you can get your hands on any of these phones for just a penny.

If you go over to Amazon.com and navigate your way over to the cell phone section and then the area with the AT&T phones, you’ll find that every handset has been marked down to just $0.01. This includes the BlackBerry Curve 8900, Sony Ericsson C905a, HTC Fuze, Motorola Karma QA1, and everything else.

Naturally, you can’t expect to get any phone for just a penny and walk right out of the virtual door. To gain access to the significantly reduced price tags, you’ll need to sign up for a qualifying service agreement through AT&T via Amazon. They will also waive the activation fee (until September 28).

From what I can gather, this special clearing out sale only applies today, so if you’ve been thinking about switching over to AT&T, today is a good day to do it.

Source: Intomobile



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One comment

  1. Those are nice phones that At&t is offering. There is just one thing that perturbs me of the claim of the argument, AT&T is giving us a good deal. I think not! Once you are sucked into to that penny for a phone deal one is stuck with high service fees. Now i appreciate a nice phone as does anyone else, but in times like this I can't afford the premium service payment. StraightTalk wireless offers unlimited minutes with no contracts for 45$ a month. In these times it seems way more economical(EDUCATED) to me to go with companies like straight talk.

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