Walmart Black Friday ad has smattering of smartphones to snag

Walmart Black Friday ad has smattering of smartphones to snag

Walmart has become the latest retailer to see its Black Friday ad posted on the internet.  While it’s got more than some of the others we’ve encountered the last few days, it’s mostly a bunch of budget-priced handsets. There doesn’t seem to be anything particular that stands out among the pack but that’s not to say these aren’t worth the time. If you’re planning to brave the elements and crowds on November 23 then you could do worse than to pick one of these up.

NOTE: If you do grab a smartphone on a two-year service agreement then you will also earn a $100 Walmart Gift Card

  • Samsung Illusion w/Verizon – $49.00
  • LG Optimus Logic Cell Phone w/Straight Talk – $39.88
  • Samsung Galaxy S III (Blue) w/2 Year Contract – $129.00
  • Samsung Captivate Glide 4G w/2 Year AT&T Plan  – $0.97
  • Droid Razr 4G LTE 16GB w/2 Year Verizon Plan – UNKNOWN “Everyday Low Price”
  • Samsung Stratosphere 4G w/2 Year Verizon Plan – $49.88
  • HTC One X 4G LTE w/2 Year AT&T Plan – $49.88
  • Samsung Galaxy S III Cell Phone (White) w/2 Year Contract – $129.00
  • Samsung Galaxy S II 4G (Black) w/2 Year T-Mobile Plan – $79.88
  • Motorola Photon Q w/2 Year Sprint Plan – $89.88
  • Ematic 7″ Touchscreen Android 4.0 Tablet w/4GB Memory – $49.00

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