With mobile carriers looking at cutting prices to woo new customers or to keep current customers, it’s becoming a customer’s market. With every carrier playing a game of price cutting chicken and doubling data, cutting prices and throwing around all sorts of promotions.
Those tablet price wars edge ever closer, with HP first cutting US $50 off the price of its TouchPad in the US, with US retailer “Staples” stapling a whopping $100 TouchPad price cut – but only from August 5 to August 7. Should we expect similar price cuts in Australia?
If you’ve been itching to pick up a Galaxy S 4 on the nation’s new uncarrier, now’s an excellent time to be shopping around. For a month, T-Mobile is dropping the price of Samsung’s latest flagship to just $99 down with $20 payments over 20 months. This brings the total price of the phone down to $579.
So, I got a S3 back in the day when it came out on an upgrade price of like...$150 or $200? Something like that. I have T Mobile.
My phone is finally starting to crap out for various reasons that are my fault. Since when do you have to pay full price on all phones?!?!??!?! WTF. All I use mine for are texting/facebook/browser and random stuff like snapchat etc.
I am looking for an App to track the history price of purchased items.
-I do not want a shopping list
-I do not want an internet price tracker to tell me when a price drops
-I do not want to compare a price to the price at a different store.
I simply want to keep and review how much i pay for something I frequently purchase.
I am wanting to get a note 4, and trying to decide the best way to do it. I am currently on AT&T, but I understand that if I order through them, my bootloader will be locked.
Next way would be to buy outright from Amazon, but thats a lot of money to drop at once.
Next way I can find is to switch to T-Mobile and they will finance it for 2 years. Same price as buying, so no interest.
An AT&T staff leak on XDA says that the carrier will be cutting the contract price of the HTC One X to $99 on July 29th. That’s half the price of it’s original listing. This might be due to the Galaxy S III‘s extraordinary sales, so HTC may just be trying to get it’s One X back into the spotlight.