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HTC HD2 $99 at Walmart Letstalk.com w/new 2yr contract

gifter 62 March 24, 2010 at 08:13 AM in Phones More LetsTalk.com Deals
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HTC HD2 superphone $99 with new 2-year contract:


http://wsf0-walmart.letstalk.com/...corpId=686

Edit: Yeah I saw the Wirefly deal, but some people have been burned by Wirefly (including me, and I refuse to do business with them). In my case, I can't use neither of these deals, since I am an existing customer (and grandfathered on a cheap plan). But here are the reasons I am going to get this phone (directly from T-mobile), even though I am dying for an android superphone:

1. Two words: Early Upgrade. T-mobile gives you a full upgrade discount after only one year into your two-year contract. So by this time next year, this year's android superphones will beold hat and the next best thing will be here.

2. As some posters mentioned, xda-developers.com will likely have a Windows Phone 7 or android ROM for this phone sooner or later. That's where I got the android 2.1 ROM I am running on my G1.
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Last Edited by Brooklynite March 25, 2010 at 11:33 AM

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#3
would it be possible to buy it and cancel within first month- what is the etf?
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#4
A slick deal for a just released phone other stores have for $199 with the same 2-year agreement.

TU OP!
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#5
same price at wirefly. Use BCB and you save another $50 at wirefly.com bringing HD2 to $49.99
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but wirefly has a 200etf in addition to tmobile 200. from what im reading as long as we cancel through lets talk there is no extra etf. - edit- seems you have to return the equipment..
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Quote from littlebuddha View Post :
would it be possible to buy it and cancel within first month- what is the etf?
$319.98 + tax total (save $230+!) =-P.

phone: $49.99 (via WireFly with BCB)
Least expensive calling plan: $39.99/month
required data plan: $30/month
Early Termination Fee: $200
Total: $319.98 plus taxes

From T-Moble.com:
Service Cancellation. Month-To-Month Plan. You can keep your account active by paying for Monthly Services, adding Prepaid Refill dollars to your FlexAccount, or by using your FlexAccount for services, at least once every 90 days. Otherwise, your account will be cancelled. Contract Plan. If you have a one or two-year contract Term, you must pay in advance for Monthly Services, each month, for the total number of months in your Term (12 or 24 months) for all lines on your account. All lines on the account will be cancelled unless payment for Monthly Services is received and your Monthly Services (prorated or otherwise) are activated at least once every forty-five days after the due date listed in your payment reminder. This cancellation policy applies both during and after your contract Term. A $200 per line early termination fee applies if service is cancelled during your one or two-year contract Term. All Plans: You agree that we may apply any balance in your FlexAccount to any amounts you owe us (including any early termination fees) at the time of service cancellation. Any remaining unused FlexAccount or other balance will be refunded to you according to T-Mobile’s Terms and Conditions.
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From Lets Talk :

Service Plan Cancellation
When you select a service plan in your order, LetsTalk, Inc. initiates the contractual agreement between you and the service provider and activates the equipment for you with that service provider. Once you receive your activated equipment(s) from us, you must contact the service provider(s) directly if you wish to change or cancel your service plan. LetsTalk, Inc. cannot cancel your service for you. Usage and other fees may be charged by the service provider. If you cancel your service plan, please contact our customer service department to return the equipment. Otherwise, LetsTalk, Inc. may charge you an equipment subsidy recovery fee.
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#9
So Wirefly won't take away your phone?
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same price at wirefly. Use BCB and you save another $50 at wirefly.com bringing HD2 to $49.99
how did you find wirefly?

never mind, saw the banner.
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#11
Did anyone tried to get HTC HD2 using BOGO offer from any store...like walmart???
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#12
$200 for those who wish to renew a 2yr contract. bummer
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Who are we letting stalk?
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HTC has tried the 4.3-inch format before with the HTC HD2, but that phone loses points for running the soon-to-be outdated Windows Mobile 6.5. Sprints promise of downloading, watching and editing high definition content on the Sprint EVO 4G makes the large screen even more enticing.
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HTC has tried the 4.3-inch format before with the HTC HD2, but that phone loses points for running the soon-to-be outdated Windows Mobile 6.5. Sprints promise of downloading, watching and editing high definition content on the Sprint EVO 4G makes the large screen even more enticing.
yea, it kinda sucks that the phone won't be compatible either to upgrade to the new windows 7 mobile OS.

it took them too long to release this phone. before it was even available, it was already becoming obsolete.

the new sprint phone might be newer, but the network isn't necessarily better, especially with tmobiles new rollout of 21mpbs wireless speeds.
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