Saving money is not always easy, but there are quite a few ways to assist in the process. There are many applications out there which allow you to compare purchases at stores to find lower prices online, like Google Shopper or other similar applications. A great application, and one of the less known, is an application called Deal Drop – Deal drop allows you to browse all of those sale websites (1saleaday, woot.com, etc) to find the greatest deals of the day all through one easy to use portal. [Read more...]
Verizon is offering up two different 4G LTE smartphones for the same low price – $100 will get you either the LG Spectrum or the HTC Rezound.
These devices typically go for $200, so getting [Read more...]
Want the Motorola Droid Bionic for a little less cash? Well, Verizon is making that possible, if you don’t mind making a sacrifice. You can get the Droid Bionic for $99 if you skip out on the Micro SD card. [Read more...]
If you were looking to start up a new service, check out this deal from Wirefly.
As long as you sign up for a new 2-year contract agreement with Sprint, Wirefly can give you the HTC EVO 3D for just $49.99.
The Evo 3D runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and other specs on the device include a 4.3 Inch qHD Super LCD 3D screen, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM, 1GB built-in storage and Sense 3.0. It’s also got a 5MP back camera with 3D picture and video capture, and a 2MP front-facing camera.
Amazon Wireless has quite the deal for the HTC Thunderbolt going on right now- you can go to their site and get the Thunderbolt for just one cent.
There’s a commitment involved of course. You have to sign up for a two year contract with Verizon, which could be a deal breaker for some. But if you were already thinking of making the switch, there’s no better time than now when getting the $250 retail price waived for your new phone is an option.
The HTC Thunderbolt is on Verizon’s 4G LTE network and runs Android 2.2 Froyo; it’s got a 4.3 inch TFT display, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 768MB RAM, 8MP rear facing camera with a 1.3MP front camera, and 8GB built-in storage.
If this new deal has caught your attention, you can grab this phone for practically nothing here.
T-Mobile launched the “More for Me” application this week for the Android Market that mirrors deal-centric sites like Groupon.
The app finds you deals based on your location, preferences, and interests; and it’s completely free. It offers discounts on a wide variety of products and services. What’s interesting is that T-Mobile is the first mobile carrier to offer this type of service.
Interested in the full press release? Read on below:
[INDENT]T-Mobile Launches More for Me — Combines Daily Deal Offers Into One Easy Place for Consumers
The beta version of the T-Mobile More for Me application for Android provides personalized offers, discounts and deals to consumers on any mobile operator
BELLEVUE, Wash. — June 15, 2011 — T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced More for Me™, a nationwide aggregation service that offers consumers the best in daily deals. The service is completely free. Beginning today, consumers using nearly any Android™-powered smartphone can download the beta version of the T-Mobile More for Me application from Android Market™ to get the best and timely offers, discounts and deals from some of the biggest names in daily deals tailored to their preferences, location and interests.
More for Me is the first nationwide daily deal aggregation service of its kind from a national wireless carrier. Discounts and deals are generated from popular social buying sites, such as LivingSocial – the online source for handpicked experiences at a great value – as well as exclusive offers from T-Mobile and its partners. Customers can get discounts on a wide variety of products and services, making it easier than ever for people to save money while on the go.
“Consumers are constantly looking for ways to save money and are turning to social buying apps in droves,” said Brad Duea, senior vice president, value added services marketing,
T-Mobile USA. “With T-Mobile’s More for Me application for Android smartphones, we’re bringing together the leading daily deal sites into one easy-to-navigate place so consumers spend less time searching and more time saving.”
The T-Mobile More for Me application is customizable, enabling consumers to find the most relevant deals, closest to their exact location. Users have the opportunity to see deals from a variety of retailers, in nearly any city, with many deals tailored to meet their specific interests and preferences.
“LivingSocial works directly with merchants in all of our 260+ global markets to craft great deals that drive our valuable members through their door,” said Jake Maas, senior vice president, corporate and business development, LivingSocial. “We are excited to bring our handpicked experiences to the millions of consumers who will enjoy T-Mobile’s new More for Me app.”
T-Mobile Android customers, and anyone with an Android-powered mobile phone using Android 1.6 or higher, can download the More for Me application from Android Market for free today.
In partnership with Out There Media, a global leader in mobile advertising, T-Mobile will expand More for Me to reach virtually all of its customers, regardless of phone type, by offering them the option of receiving free text messages of exclusive offers, discounts and deals. The T-Mobile More for Me application is also expected to be built for other popular mobile operating systems later this summer.
In both the application and opt-in text message experience, T-Mobile More for Me enables consumers to specify their interests and demographic information in order to receive the most relevant offers, deals and discounts.
More information on the T-Mobile More for Me application is available at https://market.android.com/details?id=com.tmobile.moreforme.”
Just yesterday we mentioned the LG Revolution for Verizon arriving…well, today. You can buy it at any Verizon store (including online) for the set price of $249.99 on contract. But, if you’re looking to save fifty bucks, check this deal out.
Android Police caught a deal over at Wirefly, which list the LG Revolution at $199.99 as opposed to its standard listed price of $249.99.
Here’s a refresher on specs if you missed it:
4.3″ capacitive touchscreen
Android 2.2 Froyo
1GHz Snapdragon processor
HDMI output andSmartShare
4G mobile hotspot
4G LTE capable
1.3 mega-pixel front-facing camera for video chat
5 mega-pixel 720p HD video recording and playback
You can grab the LG Revolution for this discounted price here.
Okay, so there’s a bit of cheating involved, but if you’ve had your eye on T-Mobile’s G slate tablet, i believe you’ll get over the minor deviance and give it a shot.
In an email that was intended only for those who had preregistered for a special promotional offer, T-Mobile included a step-by-step way to grab the Honeycomb tablet for a hundred bucks less.
According to Engadget, you can get the G Slate for $430, “provided you have an existing voice plan or sign up for one, are willing to commit to a two-year data contract on top of that, and don’t mind dealing with a mail-in rebate.”
Yikes! If you’re still interested, the image above shows how to get the deal- but it only lasts til April 27th.
Just when we thought that the Motorola Atrix 4G couldn’t get any better in price, Amazon comes along and surprises us all. Now beating Radio Shack’s already low price of $149.99, the Atrix 4G is available through Amazon for $129.99 with a standard 2-year contract. Hopefully, anyone who purchased the Atrix 4G for the full $199, or $499.99 price isn’t too upset after seeing it dropped this low in price. But I must admit, this is just another reason for anyone on AT&T to drop their iPhone’s and get the “World’s Most Powerful Smartphone!”