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BestBuy Stories November 18, 2013
BestBuy and Sprint are offering a truly rare deal for students leading into the holidays this year. Starting today, students in the US that purchase a smartphone from BestBuy will be able to get 12 months of free talk, text, and data for 12 months. You’ll have to pick up an eligible Student Activated Price device in-store with an Unlimited, My Way plan, but that won’t require a contract and there are plenty of great phones to choose from.
You’ll pay a little more for BestBuy’s student pricing. For example, $699 for a 16GB iPhone 5s or $599 for a Moto X, but the free year of service (normally $70/month) will still save you a ton of money by the end of the first year. There will also be a $36 activation fee per line.
In addition, Best Buy is offering an additional 12 months of free service by adding another phone line to the same account on a two-year contract.
After your free year of service is up you’ll have to cancel your service or hand over the $70/month that the My Way unlimited plan with 1GB of data normally goes for. The deal will be available in BestBuy stores until January 4. A full list of eligible devices with pricing below: expand full story
BestBuy Stories October 11, 2013
It wasn’t long after the device’s launch that retailers began offering discounts on Apple’s new colorful iPhone 5c. The device was supposed to hit retail for $99, but Walmart, BestBuy and RadioShack quickly dropped down to $79 on the usual two-year contract and then eventually to just $49. As it did with the $79 deal, Target has informed us that this weekend it will begin matching the $49 deal offered by other retailers through its Target Mobile centers in over 1,500 of its stores across the country. As usual, it will also offer an additional 5 percent off for customers with a Target REDcard. expand full story
BestBuy Stories May 6, 2013
Best Buy is offering the Netgear RangeMax 802.11n Wireless Router, model no. WNR1000, for $11.99 with free shipping. That’s half off the list price and the lowest price we’ve seen for any Netgear 802.11n WiFi router. This router has four LAN ports and WPA2-PSK/WPA-PSK and WEP encryption. expand full story
BestBuy Stories April 20, 2013