Motorola Cliq to be Free? Maybe!

free_moto_blurThe boys at Engadget somehow found their way to a page on T-Mobile that indicated the Motorola Cliq might end up free with a 2-year contract.  Wait!  Stay here… the results page is already gone.  Lucky for us, they grabbed a screen shot for everyone.

The page lists the Motorola Cliq as available in two colors, Winter White and Midnight Titanium.  The price is shown as free on a 2-year plan and $399 outright.  If this ends up being the cost of the Cliq, that sub-$100 price point we were told about is going to happen sooner than we thought!

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For now, treat this as rumor – fun and exciting conjecture.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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5 Comments

  1. Sam
    September 11, 15:05 Reply

    Free is ALWAYS the right price point!

  2. Craig
    September 11, 19:43 Reply

    Looks like the results page produces the two phones only without the price shown.

  3. nani
    October 19, 19:18 Reply

    i dont always belive when it says that its free in the end they end up charching you!!

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