This weekend we heard about Verizon's plans to change the rebate system that got rid of rebates on smartphones over $150. This didn't mean the phones would be offered for more, but the user would not have to go through the lengthy mail-in process. Now a list has been discovered at exactly which devices will still feature a rebate and it's as follows.
Word on the street is that Verizon plans on getting rid of their rebate program for all phones costing $150 and above. What does this mean?! It means that while at the moment when you walk into a store and see a phone that costs $400, $300 with mail-in-rebate, in the future you'll just see the phone for a $300. Why haven't they done this sooner?
It's the holiday season. That means discounts on almost everything as especially phones. While most discounts generally come during Black Friday, Walmart is offering up quite a sweet deal that you can take advantage of from 11/17 to 11/25.
The nearing “end-of-life” Motorola Devour is now free from Verizon.com with a new 2-year activation plan. The Motorola Devour runs Motoblur and it’s really the only Verizon device with the software. Some of it's key features include a 3.1" touchscreen, integrated social network features, and 3.0 megapixel camera.