Deal Alert: Free Touch Pro 2

Posted: Dec 1 2009, 10:28am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:58pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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As WinMo phones go, the Touch Pro2 is a pretty great device. Unfortunately, it's also one of the most overpriced mobiles on T-Mo's network. At $349.99 with a 2-year contract, the Touch Pro2 is almost twice as expensive as the iPhone 3GS. However, for a limited time, there's a way to get around T-Mobile's ridiculous, self-defeating pricing. TmoNews reports that Wmdeals is offering the smartphone bargain of the year.

If you order a Touch Pro2 by calling 866-464-8662, pressing option 3, and mentioning the "Windows Mobile" promo code, you'll get your new smartphone for free. That's a hell of a lot better than $350. This offer is only valid if that number is called and those directions followed. You won't be able to get this deal in any T-Mo store.

Free smartphone not quite enough for you? How about $100 back for your old mobile? Just go online to HTC Trade In and use the TMOPRO2 promo code. The offer is good until December 19th. You'll need to have a working smartphone from BlackBerry, Apple, or Palm, or a device that runs WinMo or Android. The full approved phone list can be found here.

Once you've filled out the paperwork and mailed your old smartphone in, you'll be sent a check for $100. If you trade in your old device for a Touch Pro2 today, you'll get a free high-end smartphone, plus $100 cash to spend on peripherals.

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