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  1. #1
    Scott Emick
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    I want to buy a replacement for my A460, and I just renewed for 2
    years. Long story short, I got $100 + the phone free, so sprint is
    not giving me anything. I just feel like having another phone I can
    swap the ESN's on the web site easily.

    Anyway, is there an online store or something that gives the best
    deals that anyone has had experience with? I'm just looking for
    COLOR/WEB, no cameras or anything fancy.

    Scott Emick
    SPCS customer since 2001
    (AT&T TDMA before that, Verizon(airtouch) before that, CellularOne
    (Wilcom/dobson) before that...et al...oh yeah, and I had an additional
    account on the original B side sprint AMPS system...Forgot about that.



    See More: Where is the best deal for a non subisidized phone




  2. #2
    Amazingly Smooth
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    Re: Where is the best deal for a non subisidized phone

    Only place I have found is Ebay. Just be sure to ask for the ESN before
    bidding.

    "Scott Emick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I want to buy a replacement for my A460, and I just renewed for 2
    > years. Long story short, I got $100 + the phone free, so sprint is
    > not giving me anything. I just feel like having another phone I can
    > swap the ESN's on the web site easily.
    >
    > Anyway, is there an online store or something that gives the best
    > deals that anyone has had experience with? I'm just looking for
    > COLOR/WEB, no cameras or anything fancy.
    >
    > Scott Emick
    > SPCS customer since 2001
    > (AT&T TDMA before that, Verizon(airtouch) before that, CellularOne
    > (Wilcom/dobson) before that...et al...oh yeah, and I had an additional
    > account on the original B side sprint AMPS system...Forgot about that.






  3. #3
    Scott Emick
    Guest

    Re: Where is the best deal for a non subisidized phone

    I already knew about ebay, I just picked up an extra phone there
    today.
    I was just wondering about if there were any sites specializing
    non-subsidized phones...I guess not!

    Scott

    "Amazingly Smooth" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Only place I have found is Ebay. Just be sure to ask for the ESN before
    > bidding.
    >




  4. #4
    Robert M.
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    Re: Where is the best deal for a non subisidized phone

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (Scott Emick) wrote:

    > I already knew about ebay, I just picked up an extra phone there
    > today.
    > I was just wondering about if there were any sites specializing
    > non-subsidized phones...I guess not!



    There are a few, but they typically charge more per phone.



  5. #5
    plane
    Guest

    Re: Where is the best deal for a non subisidized phone

    "Robert M." <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] (Scott Emick) wrote:
    >
    > > I already knew about ebay, I just picked up an extra phone there
    > > today.
    > > I was just wondering about if there were any sites specializing
    > > non-subsidized phones...I guess not!

    >
    >
    > There are a few, but they typically charge more per phone.


    Does costco require activation for phone purchase??



  6. #6
    Kenneth Crudup
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    Re: Where is the best deal for a non subisidized phone

    In article <[email protected]>,
    [email protected] (plane) says:

    >Does costco require activation for phone purchase?


    Nope. Just bought an 8100 from them yesterday, and activated
    it in the Wendy's across the street. I could have used it as
    a doorstop if I'd wanted to, Costco couldn't care less.

    -Kenny


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