Best Buy’s One-Day-Sale Sets Atrix 4G, Nexus S 4G, Samsung Fascinate Free
Best Buy is back at it again, giving away free phones in a limited one day sale. This time around consumers will have a trio of Android devices to select from in the form of the Motorola Atrix 4G (AT&T), Nexus S 4G from Google (Sprint), or the Samsung Fascinate (Verizon). Each will be offered at zero cost to new and qualified upgrade customers, providing they sign two-year agreements. The deal starts at 12:00 a.m. CST on Aug. 17 and ends sharply at at 11:59 p.m. CST.
Press release after the break!
One Day Event: Aug. 17 is Free Phone Wednesday at Best Buy Mobile
Motorola Atrix™ 4G (AT&T), Nexus™ S 4G from Google (Sprint), and Samsung Fascinate (Verizon) are free new and upgrade (with 2-year activation) – on Aug. 17 at Best Buy®, Best Buy MobileTM and online
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 16, 2011 – Best Buy Mobile today announced a one-day sale event featuring the Motorola Atrix 4G (AT&T), Nexus S 4G from Google (Sprint), and Samsung Fascinate (Verizon) for free with a new or upgrade purchase with two-year activation. The offer is only good on Aug. 17 and is available at Best Buy, Best Buy Mobile specialty stores, and online at BestBuy.com.
“Our goal is to make it as easy as possible to match people to the smartphone options that are right for them, and we love being able to offer in-demand phones at a great price – free,” said Scott Anderson, head of merchandising at Best Buy Mobile. “We’ve worked very hard to deliver a superior experience in the store and throughout the life of these phones, and will continue to give people a great excuse to come visit us for their mobile needs.”
In addition to the largest selection of smartphones under one roof, Best Buy Mobile offers an array of services aimed at improving customers’ experience, including Walk Out Working, Upgrade Checker, Happy 24 and a full array of accessories for customers to protect and personalize their device.
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