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Wirefly Is Back Under New Ownership With A Slightly Different Focus

wfPerhaps you recall the abrupt closure of online phone dealer Wirefly a few months ago. Its parent company Simplexity LLC filed for bankruptcy, and is currently being chopped up and sold as part of debt reorganization. The Wirefly name and website have emerged from this under new ownership with a focus on comparing devices and plans to help you find the best deal.

The new Wirefly doesn’t stock or sell phones directly.

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Mobile phone retailer Wirefly reportedly shuts down after bankruptcy

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It’s a sad day, folks. Longtime mobile phone deal-providing retailer Wirefly and parent company Simplexity have reportedly filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy, resulting in an immediate shut down of the business. That’s why when you go to their website you won’t be met with anything but 404 pages (surely there was enough money left over to keep up a “we’re gone” page, no?).

It’s an odd situation for sure, because if you head to their Facebook page you’ll see Wirefly was advertising their trade-in promotions as late as yesterday, the day this closure apparently occurred. It’s possible that Facebook post could have been scheduled, of course, so there’s no telling if that was just an unfortunate oversight of whoever decided to clear the offices.

Such a sudden move doesn’t bode well for employees either, with some taking to social media to express their discontent with their new employment status. Some customers have called Wirefly to inquire about their order status and haven’t been able to reach anyone, suggesting that the customer service department is now non-existent. And reports of users receiving refunds on recent orders that they were waiting for seem to suggest Wirefly isn’t comfortable filling out their remaining obligations.

All of this alone isn’t confirmation that Wirefly is gone, but without an official statement from the company and several independent reports suggesting as much, we’ll have to go with it for the time being. It’s sad, though the company wasn’t exactly the most ideal place to buy a smartphone. They came through with great deals on phones more often than not, but not without early exit clauses that made it almost impossible (or otherwise very expensive) to ditch before the standard return window.

Wirefly isn’t the only third-party retailer in the business with such practices. Buying a phone through Amazon, Best Buy or those mall kiosks also come with similar hooks in the fine print, though those hooks are usually not an issue for people who plan to stick with their phone for at least six months or the full length of the contract.

It sounds like Wirefly just wasn’t able to compete in an area where big businesses have started to match and exceed their service, and as such have been forced to call it quits. It’s just a shame that it all had to happen so abruptly. We’ll be seeking further comment from Wirefly and Simplexity to see if we can find out any specifics.

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Wirefly suddenly closes up shop, will be filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Wirefly, the online mobile device retailer, has apparently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The website is down, and various employees of their parent company Simplexity have taken to Twitter to note they’re out of a job. Overnight, the company went from busy to bust for many consumers — and seemingly every employee.

Simplexity employees have expressed shock at their sudden lack of employment, with one person noting he had been there over a decade, and now finds himself suddenly unemployed. Others echo similar confusion at the situation, but none seem to have a good idea of what happened. One employee took to Google+ to cheer on his fellow former colleagues, but nobody seems to be saying that trouble was looming.

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One lucky consumer got a representative to admit, via Facebook, the company had filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Other customers are wondering what will come of their purchase, as those with outstanding orders have no idea where their money or products are now. Via the Facebook conversation, it seems as though refunds will be issued, but it doesn’t seem everyone is getting that message. More often than not, customers are screaming into the wind and getting nothing back from Wirefly.

It should be noted that Chapter 7 is a lot different from Chapter 13, which is the bankruptcy filing we typically see a company go for. With Chapter 13, debts can be reassigned and deals can be worked out. Chapter 7 is liquidation, and essentially means a company has thrown in the towel. We can say goodbye to Wirefly and their oddball rules, but they should at least give customers their orders or money before they slink off into the shadows.

Via: Twitter, Facebook, Google+

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Phone Retailer Wirefly/Simplexity Allegedly Closing Down And Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy [Update: Confirmed, Lawsuit Filed On Behalf Of Employees]

Tab5-Page5Assuming you didn’t need to actually touch a phone before buying it, Wirefly has long offered cheaper prices on new devices with US carriers. That may be in the past now – we’ve been getting reports that Wirefly (and parent company Simplexity) is shutting down and filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If true, that’s the end of the line for Wirefly. [Update: We were able to get in touch with Wirefly to confirm the closing.

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Phone Retailer Wirefly/Simplexity Allegedly Closing Down And Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy [Update: Confirmed]

Tab5-Page5Assuming you didn’t need to actually touch a phone before buying it, Wirefly has long offered cheaper prices on new devices with US carriers. That may be in the past now – we’ve been getting reports that Wirefly (and parent company Simplexity) is shutting down and filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If true, that’s the end of the line for Wirefly. [Update: We were able to get in touch with Wirefly to confirm the closing]

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The first sign something was wrong came yesterday when a few customers were told by Wirefly’s third-party device insurance provider that all Simplexity accounts had been canceled for non-payment.

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Wirefly Abruptly Closes Up Shop, Shady Penny Phone Deals and All

Wirefly Abruptly Closes Up Shop, Shady Penny Phone Deals and All

Wirefly (and their parent company Simplexity) appears to have closed up shop within the last 24 hours. We received word last night from a reader who had recently purchased a DROID MAXX, yet had not received his device and could also not check the status on it. He took to their Facebook page, since their entire website had been taken down, and found comments from affiliates and other customers who were showing concern as well. A couple of replies from Wirefly to his inquiry about his order mention that the company has filed for bankruptcy and will be issuing a refund. 

For those new to Wirefly, just know that they were a large online retailer of wireless phones that often sold them for rock bottom prices. I can’t say that we would ever recommend buying from them, but they are were what they are were. If you needed a cheap phone, were willing to read the fine print on their website, and adhere to their strict shady set of rules, then they were an option.

Here is the quick conversation our reader had with them:

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Their website is offline, as I mentioned above. All of their individual site pages are returning 404s and their contact phone numbers only say that they are currently closed when called. Of course, it’s now almost noon on a Thursday on the east coast, so you would think that a company who likely fills thousands of orders a day would be open.

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A quick search of “Simplexity” on Twitter and Google+ returns results from recruiters and employees who are all apparently in mourning today. Mentions of the company closing down are there, even though nothing official has been announced. It sounds as if this came as a shock to all involved.

One employee had this to say:

Good morning, Simplexity Friends. Yesterday we suffered a shock and – let’s be clear – an injustice. Today we have to make our way in the world where that happened. So let’s talk about how we will do that.

Everybody says we need to treat job-hunting like a job. But what does that mean? Put hours per day into it, sure, but how? Everybody who’s ever worked knows that it’s possible to put hours per day into something productively, and hours per day into something unproductively.

If you recently placed an order, I wish you luck in receiving a refund. It could be a rocky road. Hopefully, you only paid a penny.

We have reached out to Simplexity for comment. Who knows if we’ll hear back.

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Cheers Matt!

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Verizon Galaxy Note 3 Deals: Wirefly Discounts The Phone To $199.99 ($100 Off), Amazon Beats Them By $30

gnote thumbIf you’ve been hankering for a Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the high price for Verizon’s contract phone may be off-putting. Wirefly is offering the Verizon Note 3 for $199.99 with a new contract, but Amazon has one-upped them – they’ve got the same phone-contract combo for just $169.99. The price for both is $249.99 ($50 off Verizon’s price) for returning customers.

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You could take the view that Wirefly has a better deal here, at least if you’re willing to wait.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Offers The Sprint HTC One Max At $129.99 ($20 Off) For New Customers And $199.99 ($50 Off) For Upgrades

SPRINT ONE MAXLooking to get your hands on HTC’s new super-sized One? Then Wirefly is happy to offer it at a discount, at least if your preferred carrier is Sprint. Right not the service and hardware reseller is selling the HTC One Max for $129.99 for new Sprint customers and $199.99 for returning customers who re-sign their contract. Not bad for a brand-new flagship.

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Technically new customers are getting a $120 discount off of the $250 retail contract price, but Sprint offers a $100 discount for porting your number from another service, so the effective price change is twenty bucks.

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Sprint HTC One Max now available from $129.99 through Wirefly

HTC One MaxThe Sprint HTC One Max is being offered with a decent discount over at Wirefly. The new large sized phablet is now being sold on contract through the retailer for $129.99 if you’re a new customer or $199.99 if you’re upgrading from an older Sprint device. Although Sprint doesn’t quite have the 4G LTE coverage one would expect from a major carrier, the deal is well worth your attention, so do have a look if you’re in the market for a large sized device which doesn’t compromise on design or quality of materials used. The smartphone is relatively new in the market and only available on a handful of carriers, so this deal is the best you can get right now.

The HTC One Max sports a very similar specs sheet as compared to the HTC One, but with a larger 5.9 inch display and a fingerprint scanner on the back. The smartphone would have easily been the best phablet around if it wasn’t for the sub-par chipset used. But that doesn’t take away the fact that the One Max is a stellar phablet and well worth your money.

Source: Wirefly

Via: Android Police

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[Deal Alert] Sprint’s Galaxy Note 3 $299 For Upgrades From Wirefly ($50 Off)

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If you’re dedicated to The Now Network and plan on renewing the two-year grip it has on your wallet with the Galaxy Note 3, you’re in for a bit of a shocker: the on-contract price is $350. New customers can use the $100 port-in credit to get it for just $250. Ouch.

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Thankfully, Wirefly is here to make the upgrade cost a little easier to swallow by knocking a fifty spot off of Sprint’s offering, so you can nab this gargantuan for $300.

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[Colorful Deal Alert] Wirefly Has Sprint’s Red HTC One For $49.99 And The Purple Galaxy S4 For $139.99, New Accounts Only

Wirefly-ThumbLately Sprint has done its best to become an attractive option for people who love flamboyant high-end phones. Shortly after revealing the Galaxy S4 in Purple Mirage, the company announced that it would be the exclusive carrier of the red HTC One. Tempted? Now’s a good time to jump on either handset, as Wirefly has discounts on both.

The Red HTC One costs just $49.99 for new customers, and as a bonus, the $36 activation fee is waived.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Has The Verizon HTC One Up For Pre-Order: $149.99, New Subscribers And Upgrades

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As of this morning, we finally know when the HTC One is launching on America’s reddest network: August 22nd. But if you’re not the kind of person who pays full price for anything, and obviously not on-contract smartphones, you probably know you’re better off waiting for a deal on a new phone from a 3rd-party retailer. Wirefly to the rescue – they’re already accepting pre-orders on the VZW HTC One, and they’re charging a full 25% less than what Verizon’s asking, at $149.99 for both new subscribers and upgrades.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Offering Steep Pre-Order Discounts On New DROIDs: Ultra ($149.99), Maxx ($199.99), And Mini ($49.99)

65012_31_1You can’t have them in your grubby little paws just yet, but as soon as the new Motorola DROID phones from Verizon are ready to ship, you can get them at a big discount from Wirefly. If you pre-order one of the devices now, you can save $50-100.

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The DROID Ultra (red or black) is going for $149.99, which is $50 off Verizon’s price. The Mini is also $50 off, at just $49.99.

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[Deal Alert] 32GB Verizon Galaxy S4 Drops To $199 On Amazon Wireless And WireFly ($100 Off)

s4 thumbFor many power users, 16GB just doesn’t cut it any more, especially when the world’s leading smartphone manufacturer insists upon using a third of that for its customized Android build. Combine that with a still-outrageous premium for those few models that of phones that include extra storage, and you’ve got a recipe for frustration. But the Galaxy S4 situation just got a little less rage-inducing, at least if you’re a prospective Verizon customer: both Amazon Wireless and WireFly have dropped the 32GB version of the Galaxy S4 to $199.99 on-contract.

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32GB Verizon Galaxy S4 now costs $199 on Wirefly and Amazon

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The 32GB Verizon Galaxy S4 has seen a price reduction on Amazon Wireless and Wirefly. The 32GB variant of the Galaxy S4 is an exclusive to Verizon, so the price reduction is very welcome. The smartphone currently costs $249.99 on Verizon with a two year contract, but the two online retailers are selling it for $199.99 which is a $50 discount on the current Verizon pricing. We’re not sure how long this deal will last, so make sure you grab it as soon as you can. The original retail price of the smartphone is $299.99. The offer is valid for both new and returning customers.

The smartphone is being sold in both White Frost and Black Mist color variants. Unfortunately for the users, the Autumn Brown variant isn’t available on Wirefly or Amazon. Wirefly was selling the 32GB Verizon Galaxy S4 for $219.99 a couple of weeks ago, but this new offering takes it a step further.

Note: Amazon seems to be taking a while for the shipment of the Galaxy S4, with the black variant sold out for now and the white variant taking close to a month for shipping.

Source: Amazon, Wirefly

Via: Android Police

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[Deal Alert] Verizon Casio G’z0ne Commando 4G LTE Shows Up On Wirefly For $50 On Contact (50% Off)

CASIO G'ZONE COMMANDOIf you want a “ruggedized” phone on Verizon, you can have any model you want, so long as you want the Casio G’z0ne Commando 4G LTE. It doesn’t have a lot to recommend it aside from its tough-as-nails construction, but if Verizon’s your only choice, it’s better than nothing. And on that note, a $50 on-contract price tag is better than twice that at retail. Wirefly has the G’z0ne Commando for $49.99, fifty bucks off the standard price.

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Wirefly selling the 32GB Verizon Galaxy S4 for $219.99

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Wirefly has formally begun selling the 32GB Galaxy S4 from Verizon for $219.99 with a two year contract. This deal is applicable for both new and existing customers of Verizon.

With this listing, Wirefly has become the first retailer other than Verizon itself to sell the 32GB Galaxy S4. Verizon sells the smartphone for $249.99 with a two year contract (down from $299.99), so if you’re looking to get an additional $30 off the asking price, then Wirefly is the place to look at right now.

The Verizon Galaxy S4 is perhaps the most versatile variant of the smartphone in the U.S and it’s really good to see a deal already. We’re hoping other online retailers will carry the smartphone soon and for a better price. So head over to Wirefly right now to get your hands dirty with this tasty new deal. Both the White Frost and Black Mist variants are available as of now, so no worries there.

Source: Wirefly

Via: Android Police

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PSA: Wirefly Is Now Selling The 32GB Verizon Galaxy S 4, And It’s Only $220

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Just yesterday Verizon dropped the price of its Galaxy S 4 by $50, which in itself was a noteworthy deal since directly from Big Red was the only place you could find the 32 gigger. Until today, that is. Wirefly has now made itself the only other retailer to offer the 32GB S 4 running on Verizon, and of course, it’s also more affordable at only $220 for both upgrades and new customers.

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[This Is A Thing] Wirefly Now Selling Liquipel-Treated Waterproof Verizon Galaxy S III, $89.99 On Contract

galaxy-s32_1I’m sure we all know the frustration of trying to take a bath with a smartphone only to have it stop working. Outrageous! Surely there must be some sort of technological solution to this conundrum? Liquipel is a possibility, but you usually have to send in your device to have it sealed up. Now you can grab a pre-treated Galaxy S III for Verizon at a subsidized price from Wirefly. Kind of neat, right?

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Liquipel has been selling the full-price device on its site for a while now. It costs a whopping $749, though. The deal on Wirefly is just $89.99 with a new account and 2-year contract.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Now Taking Verizon Galaxy S4 Pre-Orders – $179.99 For New Accounts And Upgrades

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If you’re a Verizon Wireless subscriber looking to get your hands on a shiny new Galaxy S4 come release day, you’re probably weighing your various pre-order options already. Well, Wirefly’s one you can toss into the mix, and with a half-decent deal – their Verizon GS4 is just $179.99 for new account or upgrades, $20 less than Verizon’s price. Here’s the white version, and here’s the black.

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Even better, Wirefly doesn’t charge sales tax for many states, and that’s actually a big savings, since generally you’re charged the full MSRP of the phone for sales tax. In California, for example, tax in my region would otherwise be over $60 if I were to buy from Verizon.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Now Taking Verizon Galaxy S4 Pre-Orders – $179.99 For New Accounts And Upgrades

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If you’re a Verizon Wireless subscriber looking to get your hands on a shiny new Galaxy S4 come release day, you’re probably weighing your various pre-order options already. Well, Wirefly’s one you can toss into the mix, and with a half-decent deal – their Verizon GS4 is just $179.99 for new account or upgrades, $20 less than Verizon’s price. Here’s the white version, and here’s the black.

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Even better, Wirefly doesn’t charge sales tax for many states, and that’s actually a big savings, since generally you’re charged the full MSRP of the phone for sales tax. In California, for example, tax in my region would otherwise be over $60 if I were to buy from Verizon.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Now Taking Verizon Galaxy S4 Pre-Orders – $179.99 For New Accounts And Upgrades

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If you’re a Verizon Wireless subscriber looking to get your hands on a shiny new Galaxy S4 come release day, you’re probably weighing your various pre-order options already. Well, Wirefly’s one you can toss into the mix, and with a half-decent deal – their Verizon GS4 is just $179.99 for new account or upgrades, $20 less than Verizon’s price. Here’s the white version, and here’s the black.

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Even better, Wirefly doesn’t charge sales tax for many states, and that’s actually a big savings, since generally you’re charged the full MSRP of the phone for sales tax. In California, for example, tax in my region would otherwise be over $60 if I were to buy from Verizon.

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Wirefly Tortures A Kyocera Torque For Your Amusement: Washing Machine Cycle, Frozen In Ice, And Dropped 2 Stories

64594_31_1The ruggedized smartphone market is small, but not so small that it’s ignored. Admirable entries like the Samsung Rugby Smart and the Casio Commando might not have all the bells and whistles of their flagship contemporaries, but they take a licking and keep on ticking. Phone retailer Wirefly decided to put Sprint’s Kyocera Torque (Bear Grylls approved!) through its paces via some decidedly extreme tests: a drop from two stories, hibernation in a block of ice, and most dramatically, a trip through a 30-minute washing machine cycle.

The Kyocera Torque made it through all three, proving its worth for those who value durability over all else.

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Wirefly Tortures A Kyocera Torque For Your Amusement: Washing Machine Cycle, Frozen In Ice, And Dropped 2 Stories

64594_31_1The ruggedized smartphone market is small, but not so small that it’s ignored. Admirable entries like the Samsung Rugby Smart and the Casio Commando might not have all the bells and whistles of their flagship contemporaries, but they take a licking and keep on ticking. Phone retailer Wirefly decided to put Sprint’s Kyocera Torque (Bear Grylls approved!) through its paces via some decidedly extreme tests: a drop from two stories, hibernation in a block of ice, and most dramatically, a trip through a 30-minute washing machine cycle.

The Kyocera Torque made it through all three, proving its worth for those who value durability over all else.

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Wirefly Tortures A Kyocera Torque For Your Amusement: Washing Machine Cycle, Frozen In Ice, And Dropped 2 Stories

64594_31_1The ruggedized smartphone market is small, but not so small that it’s ignored. Admirable entries like the Samsung Rugby Smart and the Casio Commando might not have all the bells and whistles of their flagship contemporaries, but they take a licking and keep on ticking. Phone retailer Wirefly decided to put Sprint’s Kyocera Torque (Bear Grylls approved!) through its paces via some decidedly extreme tests: a drop from two stories, hibernation in a block of ice, and most dramatically, a trip through a 30-minute washing machine cycle.

The Kyocera Torque made it through all three, proving its worth for those who value durability over all else.

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Wirefly Offers Sprint HTC One Pre-Order for $150

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If you’re a Sprint customer and have been salivating over HTC’s newest flagship phone, the HTC One, then you’re in for some good news. The folks over at Wirefly are offering the HTC One for $150 pre-order. Heck even if you’re thinking about switching over to the Now Network this is a good deal. For $50 less than what you’d be paying at Sprint you’ll be able to choose between Stealth Black or Glacial Silver. According to Wirefly it should ship April 19th and be at your door shortly there after. If you’re holding out for a better deal, I’m not sure you’ll find one. Hit the source links below to order yours and you better hurry. There’s no telling on how long this deal will go on.

 

sources: HTC One Glacial Silver, HTC One Stealth Black

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Wirefly Offers Sprint HTC One Pre-Order for $150

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If you’re a Sprint customer and have been salivating over HTC’s newest flagship phone, the HTC One, then you’re in for some good news. The folks over at Wirefly are offering the HTC One for $150 pre-order. Heck even if you’re thinking about switching over to the Now Network this is a good deal. For $50 less than what you’d be paying at Sprint you’ll be able to choose between Stealth Black or Glacial Silver. According to Wirefly it should ship April 19th and be at your door shortly there after. If you’re holding out for a better deal, I’m not sure you’ll find one. Hit the source links below to order yours and you better hurry. There’s no telling on how long this deal will go on.

 

sources: HTC One Glacial Silver, HTC One Stealth Black

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Wirefly Offers Sprint HTC One Pre-Order for $150

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If you’re a Sprint customer and have been salivating over HTC’s newest flagship phone, the HTC One, then you’re in for some good news. The folks over at Wirefly are offering the HTC One for $150 pre-order. Heck even if you’re thinking about switching over to the Now Network this is a good deal. For $50 less than what you’d be paying at Sprint you’ll be able to choose between Stealth Black or Glacial Silver. According to Wirefly it should ship April 19th and be at your door shortly there after. If you’re holding out for a better deal, I’m not sure you’ll find one. Hit the source links below to order yours and you better hurry. There’s no telling on how long this deal will go on.

 

sources: HTC One Glacial Silver, HTC One Stealth Black

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Wirefly Offers Sprint HTC One Pre-Order for $150

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If you’re a Sprint customer and have been salivating over HTC’s newest flagship phone, the HTC One, then you’re in for some good news. The folks over at Wirefly are offering the HTC One for $150 pre-order. Heck even if you’re thinking about switching over to the Now Network this is a good deal. For $50 less than what you’d be paying at Sprint you’ll be able to choose between Stealth Black or Glacial Silver. According to Wirefly it should ship April 19th and be at your door shortly there after. If you’re holding out for a better deal, I’m not sure you’ll find one. Hit the source links below to order yours and you better hurry. There’s no telling on how long this deal will go on.

 

sources: HTC One Glacial Silver, HTC One Stealth Black

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Wirefly Offers Sprint HTC One Pre-Order for $150

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If you’re a Sprint customer and have been salivating over HTC’s newest flagship phone, the HTC One, then you’re in for some good news. The folks over at Wirefly are offering the HTC One for $150 pre-order. Heck even if you’re thinking about switching over to the Now Network this is a good deal. For $50 less than what you’d be paying at Sprint you’ll be able to choose between Stealth Black or Glacial Silver. According to Wirefly it should ship April 19th and be at your door shortly there after. If you’re holding out for a better deal, I’m not sure you’ll find one. Hit the source links below to order yours and you better hurry. There’s no telling on how long this deal will go on.

 

sources: HTC One Glacial Silver, HTC One Stealth Black

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