Looking for gift ideas for family, friends, and colleagues for the holidays? There is still enough time to run to the nearest store or go the Internet and buy something online. But for those who do not mind waiting until the last minute to purchase their presents, Verizon Wireless has something that you might like.
Just in time for the holidays, Motorola is introducing some exciting year-end deals this week.
First off, Motorola is announcing that the Moto X 2014 edition offered at Verizon Wireless will now be priced at just $49.99. Buyers who decide to get the Motorola device from now until December 31st on a two-year Verizon plan will be able to enjoy savings of $50 from the regular subsidized price of $99.99.
Just as Black Friday is fast approaching, T-Mobile is launching a special promo that offers a free 7-inch Android tablet to its existing subscribers. Beginning November 21st, current customers of T-Mobile can get a new tablet that comes with a data service plan starting at $10 per month for 1 gigabyte of data. The tablet up for grabs is the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 tablet. This device is normally priced at $168 at T-Mobile.
It appears that HTC is jumpstarting the holiday season. Starting today, HTC is launching its Hot Deals program, a promo that will allow customers to purchase an HTC device for a discounted price.
The program works like this: for the next nine weeks, HTC will feature a Hot Deal every Tuesday at 9 AM Pacific time (that is 12 noon Eastern time). The Hot Deal of the week will come with a discounted price, and maybe even come with a discounted accessory.
It's that time of year again. Most people will be spending this Thanksgiving Thursday with feasting with their families before getting to bed to get a good night's sleep, and then waking up bright and early to take advantage of the multitude of Black Friday savings. If you're in the market for a new cell phone this holiday season, or looking to gift a mobile phone to one of your friends or family members, there's no better time to pull the trigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday.