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Virgin Mobile HTC One V Prepaid Smartphone EXPIRED

siddichan 503 November 25, 2012 at 04:52 PM in Tech & Electronics (9) More virginmobileusa.com Deals
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Promoted 11-26-2012 at 01:00 AM View Original Post
Virgin Mobile has their Virgin Mobile HTC One V Prepaid Smartphone for $50 with free shipping. Thanks siddichan

Price Research: Our research indicates that Virgin Mobile HTC One V Prepaid Smartphone is $90 lower (64% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $140 to $200. - yuugotserved

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Edited November 25, 2012 at 10:19 PM by siddichan
Verified with a chat specialist on 11/25:

HTC One V will drop to $49.99 with a savings of $100.
http://www.virginmobileusa.com/sh.../features/ [virginmobileusa.com]


The other phones currently on sale for Black Friday will no longer be on sale after 11/26.


I will update with a direct sale link later if it changes. woot

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Add the HTC One V to the cart and see the updated price of $49.99! Free S&H!

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#46
Wow. I hope they have other phones super cheap as well!
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#47
If I could still grandfather it would be a no-brainer. But as much as I hate my Triumph I cannot spend another $120 a year to justify the irreversible switch.
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Quote from CSIG1001 View Post :
Think i will spend the extra 50 and get the HTC EVO V

better res and faster speed
I've read that people have issues with texting/calls with the Evo V. Something about a radio or antenna error or something.

That's the main reason I think I'm gonna stick with a Reverb for $100.
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Quote from Caleo View Post :
I had multiple triumphs and both of them had an issue where dust got under the bottom right corner of the screen (between the touch panel and the screen itself I think).

The One V might not be IPS but it's something that has hardly any color shift when viewing at angles. Typical TN screens will almost completely invert contrast, the One V's screen hardly shows ANY shift in colors/contrast at off-angles (even at almost 90 degrees).
There's no question that the One V is a better phone. Released 9 months after the Triumph, almost every specification is better. The screen on the One is an LCD compared to the older TFT of the Triumph. Absolutely no reason to buy a Triumph right now.
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#50
I'll have to consider this deal. I was thinking of switching over to the $30 T-Mobile plan and getting away from Virgin Mobile since I'd have to upgrade to the $35 plan from my $25 plan but this is a tempting deal.

I strongly dislike the Triumph (and there's little in life that I dislike). The Triumph was awful with the stock ROM and is only made somewhat bearable with MUIU. Even then, the phone is more frustrating than trying to climb a greased 100 ft. pole.
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#51
it seems this HTC one V has GSM, could be used at tmobile and ATT after unlocking?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTC_One
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#52
Quote from kahilm View Post :
I've read that people have issues with texting/calls with the Evo V. Something about a radio or antenna error or something.

That's the main reason I think I'm gonna stick with a Reverb for $100.
Got fixed with recent update, no longer an issue
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#53
I just ordered the $30 Kyocera Rise (currently have the POS Samsung Intercept). Might have to return it though for this.
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#54
I might be in for one.. My blackberry is nice, but it's a pretty boring phone to use.
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#55
Quote from Vivix729 View Post :
If you currently have a Virgin Mobile plan ($35), this wouldn't be too hard to switch to, right? (asking for a friend).
It would be very easy to switch.
Your friend just logs into his/her account, go through the phone switch process which takes a minute or two, and then it should be up and running. Worst case scenario, a phone call may be required to virgin mobile to clear up some settings issue (had to do it for a used phone) and all in all, worst case scenario, 4-5 minutes and your friend can start using the new phone.
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Quote from staticoverdub View Post :
There's no question that the One V is a better phone. Released 9 months after the Triumph, almost every specification is better. The screen on the One is an LCD compared to the older TFT of the Triumph. Absolutely no reason to buy a Triumph right now.
Ah... a TFT is an LCD.
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#57
What I'm really hoping is that the Galaxy S II or iPhones go on sale. If the SII hits $200, I'll likely spring for that. An iPhone 4s at $350? Definitely would buy it. That's all wishful thinking though. There's no way Virgin Mobile would lower the iPhone prices that much.
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Quote from GhostShaDoW View Post :
It would be very easy to switch.
Your friend just logs into his/her account, go through the phone switch process which takes a minute or two, and then it should be up and running. Worst case scenario, a phone call may be required to virgin mobile to clear up some settings issue (had to do it for a used phone) and all in all, worst case scenario, 4-5 minutes and your friend can start using the new phone.
Awesome, thanks!
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#59
Quote from travfar View Post :
Ah... a TFT is an LCD.
TFT LCD vs.Super LCD2 capacitive touchscreen *

Typo.

Celery
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Quote from staticoverdub View Post :
tft capacitive touchscreen, 16m colors vs.super lcd2 capacitive touchscreen *

typo.

Celery
fify.
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