"Everything must go! Folks we are literally giving away these phones, we cannot hold on to them any longer! We need to make room for the iPhone 4 and Andro...err, Windows phone 7 devices"
That's what we think it sounds like over at AT&T right now as evidently they sent out an email to their "premier" fancy-pants customers noting that you can get some pretty solid Windows Mobile 6.5 devices for bargain rates (*with a new contract of course, they're not that desperate).
- HP Glisten (review) for free
- Samsung Jack (review) for free
- HTC Tilt 2 (review) for $74.99
- HTC Pure (review) for $39.99 (out of stock)
- LG eXpo (review)for $69.99
A 1GHz Snapdragon device for $70? Oh LG eXpo, we hardly knew you! (-_-)
Anyways, if you need a backup device, want to stock up for the apocalypse or befuddle friends and family by giving them as gifts, head over to AT&T and get them while we still recall their names (Premier account login required).
Hey everyone, remember how like nine-months ago, these devices were the talk of the town and the Touch Pro 2 was a boarderline unicorn? Yup, those days are now over, time to move on, the unicorn is dead.
[Thanks, Mark L, for the tip!]
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