Best Buy offers four free Phone Deals each Friday in October.
BestBuyMobile will feature four freemobile 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.
Best Buy started to sell the Free Phone Friday (Oct. 29th) and you can order four phones for free with a new contract. Offered for free are the HTC Incredible Android Phone from Verizon, The Samsung Flight 2 from AT&T, the Samsung Vibrant from T-Mobile and the BlackBerry Curve 3G from Sprint.
As mentioned before, the Best Buy Free Phone deals are not always good deals, but the Samsung Incredible for $0 is a great deal. Amazon for instance is offering the Incredible for 1 Cent right now, but it is backordered. The four free Phone deals are available in Best Buy stores and now already in the Best Buy Mobile online store.
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