Companies like AT & T, Verizon, TMobile and Sprint will use you with a low-priced smartphone ($ 99 / $ 199) with a new 2-year contract. Even updating your service at the end of these two years can provide you with a coupon. But if you do not find yourself eligible for either then, get ready to pay in advance. It's hard to believe but retailers are paying for $ 699 for the Blackberry Curve without contracts. They sell online for about $ 150. Most of the time sellers throw in silicon skin and leather as retailers around $ 20.
These mobile operators do not make the profit of physical phones as they do the service. Particularly with all smartphone craze and data plans. The iPhone revolution has been very good that AT & T. Sprint has Pre. Verizon Blackberry line up. Tmobile G1 / G2. Each with higher priced monthly plans. Could also get the best deal when it comes to buying the phone. As the mobile phone company really needs another $ 600 of your dollars.
Do your research and you will discover that savvy buyers are online. When you search for 4 minutes, you can save up to $ 400. When you find a deal you want, dig a few hearts and check your seller. Do they sell phones often? Lots of positive feedback? Great shipping cost? If all goes out throw out bids and be aggressive! If someone explains you, try to ban them back. You can scare eBay vultures who throw out low deals on everything hoping to win, but rarely fight (bids) back.
Source by Carl Shake