Best Buy Free Phone Friday Is Today Again

Posted: Oct 15 2010, 7:01am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 21 2010, 2:43pm CDT, in Shopping | Mobile Phones


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Best Buy Free Phone Friday is Today again
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Best Buy offers four free Phone Deals each Friday in October.

Best Buy is offering four free Phone deals each Friday in October. Best Buy Mobile will feature four free mobile phones (one from each carrier) in all Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile specialty stores, as well as online. Each week this new promotion will feature at least one high-end, in-demand smart phone. The free promotion phones require a new two-year activation. Update: Free Phone Deals for Friday Oct. 22.

The four phones featured today in the Best Buy Free Phone promotion include the AT&T HTC Aria, Sprint Samsung Intercept, Verizon LG Ally and the Samsung Gravity 3. Today there are three Android phones amongst the offered phones. THe HTC Aria is the best specifications with 5MP cmaera, GPS and Android 2.1. The Samsung Intercept features a slide-out keyboard, but only offers a 3.2MP camera.

As mentioned before the Best Buy Free Phone deals are not unique. The HTC Aria is on sale on the Amazon Wireless Store for 1 Penny with new contract. The LG Ally and the Samsung Gravity 3 are also on sale for 1 Penny. Only the Samsung Intercept is not available on the Amazon Wireless store as Sprint phones are still not offered in general.

There are also way hotter smartphones available for 1 Cent on Amazon right now including the Motorola Droid II and the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10. If you are looking for a great smartphone deal check out the Amazon Wireless Store and look for Penny Phone deals.


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