T-Mobile HD2 Deals Make a Great Buy Even Better
Just one day after the official launch of the T-Mobile HD2, some retailers are giving out some nice incentives to buy the latest Windows Mobile offering from T-Mobile.
Read more to learn about the deals floating around the internet.
WMDeals: T-Mobile’s partnership with Microsoft through WMDeals.com has been one of the best ways to get deals on Windows Mobile phones. You can get the HD2 on a 2-year contract for $149.99. Though it may seem steep in comparison to the other offers, there’s another incentive: Until March 31st, you can pick up 2 T-Mobile HD2s for $199.99 through T-Mobile’s Buy One Get One program. If you’re not looking for two HD2s, they let you get a device of equal or less value.
Bing Cashback: Though you pay full price of the device when you purchase it, you can 35% back on the T-Mobile HD2 in the form of a check or credit on your PayPal account through the Bing Cashback program. The best part is you don’t have to sign a contract in order to get the device for $292 instead of the full $449 retail price.
WireFly: Wirefly has traditionally given discounts on most offerings by the major carriers. It’s no different for the T-Mobile HD2, which you can get for $99 if you activate a 2-year contract. What’s even more interesting is that WMExperts reports that you can combine this deal with the Bing Cashback to get the device for $50 on a 2-year contract.
Amazon: Similar to Wirefly, you can pick up the T-Mobile HD2 for $99 on a 2-year contract. Additionally, they give you the option to upgrade a current plan with T-Mobile, but the price rockets up to $199.
T-Mobile themselves are running a pretty good deal. As mentioned above, T-Mobile is running their Buy One, Get One program through March 31st which will let you get two HD2s for the price of one when you activate a 2-year contract with them. This is a lot better than previous Windows Mobile offerings on T-Mobile (the price for the Touch Pro2 was not slashed until a couple months after the initial launch).
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