Want to get the hottest new hardware from Telus Mobility but find that the price is a little too rich for your blood? Well, it seems that you’re in luck. Telus has decided to drop the price on the Motorola Milestone by a cool fifty bucks. That ought to cover at least a portion of your first monthly bill, right?
As you might recall, the Motorola Milestone is powered by Google Android, comes with a huge capacitive touchscreen, and features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Naturally, the usual suite of Google-fueled goodness can be found within as well.
The fifty dollar drop brings the asking price down to just $149.99 for the Motorola Milestone, assuming that you sign a new three-year service agreement with a qualifying voice and data plan. If you go for any other kind of contract, the pricing remains the same: $500 on a two-year, $550 on one-year, and $600 outright.
To make the purchase a little more appealing, Telus is also offering a free car mount for the Milestone until the end of the month. That makes it easier to use the GPS navigation features of the smartphone. Buy before the end of March to take advantage of this bonus offer.