Last week Wirefly.com announced its Supersized Sale. Every day from now through the end of the year, Wirefly is offering over 30 of the latest Smartphones absolutely FREE. The new free Smartphones are for both new accounts and upgrades with a two-year agreement. The free cell phones include the Android and BlackBerry phones, as well as the new Windows 7 phones. Some examples of the free Smartphones available are the DROID Incredible by HTC, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Samsung Intercept, Motorola CLIQ.
Supersized Sale at Wirefly.com – More than 30 FREE Smartphones
“Some stores may feature a few free Smartphones during the holidays,” said Andy Zeinfeld, CEO of Simplexity, parent company of Wirefly.com. “At Wirefly, we think giving our customers choices is just as important as offering them savings. Therefore, for the rest of this month, we promise to have over THIRTY brand new Smartphones for FREE — every day.”
Wirefly.com is my number one favorite. According to an article that appeared in Wireless Week, Wirefly.com is the Internet’s authorized dealer for every major cellular carrier in the U.S., (Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint). Wirefly.com has been named “Best of the Web” by Forbes magazine and “Best in Overall Customer Experience” by Keynote Performance Systems. Wirefly also has several helpful free tools for their customers. They offer Wirefly Learn, complete with video demos, unbiased reviews, and side-by-side comparisons. Another great feature is their Wirefly Mobile Backup, which allows you to back up and transfer your contacts and other mobile content (regardless of carrier, manufacturer or operating system). Wonder when you are eligible for an upgrade? Try the Wirefly Upgrade Checker. Have unwanted electronic devices? Wirefly has a program called Wirefly Trade-Ins so you can trade-in old and unwanted electronics, not just cell phones, for cash or a charitable donation. Nice to know that these products will be properly and safely recycled.
Wirefly’s prices beat Verizon’s prices hands down. I just did a comparison for the Motorola Droid X at both Wirefly and Verizon. Using a 2 year contract for new customers at both sites, Wirefly’s price for the Droid X was $19.99, while Verizon’s price was $299 ($199 after a mail-in rebate of $100). Buying the phone at Wirefly.com still had you sign up for service with Verizon. My question is, why would anyone go through Verizon if they knew about Wirefly? I am assuming it is the same with the other major carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
Want a new Smartphone for Christmas? Be sure to mention Santa should go Wirefly.com in your letter to Santa and you may get a little further in your Christmas requests.