Holiday Deal: Cheap Sprint Android Phones At Best Buy

Posted: Nov 16 2009, 10:45am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:31pm CDT, in News | Holiday Gift Guide


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If you're a Sprint customer with a hankering for an Android smartphone, you need to roll on down to your local Best Buy while the holiday season is still in full swing. We reported yesterday that the retailer was offering the HTC Hero for only $99. Now we've learned that this deal didn't extend only to the Hero. Best Buy is doing a special holiday discount for all Sprint Android phones.

To be fair, that only includes two devices right now. The HTC Hero and the Samsung Moment both cost just $99 now with a 2-year contract. Since this is Best Buy we're talking about, you don't even need to worry about rebates. $99 is all you pay out of pocket. Since both phones were priced at $179, this is one hell of a deal for Sprint customers.

Not that either the Hero or the Moment is worth $179. With the launch of the Droid and the Eris, both the Hero and Moment were starting to look badly overpriced. This price cut brings them out of the range of the 3GS, Droid, and HD2. Now, in terms of cost, both phones are stacked against the iPhone 3G and Droid Eris. That sounds like a much fairer fight to me. To learn more about these deals, or to place an order, visit Best Buy Mobile.

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