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Last Edited by Slick Mick April 15, 2015 at 04:08 AM
Every SDers favorite not-quite Android is back on sale at an even better price: $189 w/free year of prime as usual.
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For those of you holding out for $99 and a free year of prime, I'm sure that just around the corner so sit tight. LMAO

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#2
I'd take one of those LG G2's for $190 over this any day.
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What happened to the petition to unlock a boot loader? I thought hundreds of ppl signed up for it???
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#4
I'll gt one when it goes to $99 with 1 year of free Prime
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What if you already have prime? Can you opt for a $99 Amazon credit instead? If so, along with the $20 Amex credit for Amazon right now I could get this for $69 which seems like a decent price.

Edit: Never mind just got my answer under the details.

What if I'm already a Prime member?
You're still eligible. Prime members who purchase a Fire will receive an additional year of Prime when their existing membership is up for renewal. For example: if your next renewal date is June 1st 2015 and you purchase a Fire, we will give you an additional year of Prime at no charge, making your next paid renewal date June 1st 2016.
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Quote from jomarrod View Post :
I'll gt one when it goes to $99 with 1 year of free Prime
Same here.
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I'll wait for the fire sale, pun intended. My understanding is it is based off the Nexus 4 which you can buy used for $150 and its not locked down. I would recommend the Moto G over the Fire Phone. While I like my Nexus 4 and its wireless charging if I had to do it over when the Moto G was available I would have gotten it instead.
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Last edited by mikefxu April 15, 2015 at 04:42 AM
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Isn't this phone getting long in the tooth?
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Quote from kalekanchha View Post :
Same here.
Ditto
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$189 for 32gb unlocked Amazon Fire Phone. Includes one year of Amazon Prime membership.

http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Fire...fire+phone
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Last edited by nycfranco1 April 15, 2015 at 05:29 AM
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Quote from DanguardAce View Post :
Isn't this phone getting long in the tooth?
It was long in the tooth the day it was released LMAO
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What happened to the petition to unlock a boot loader? I thought hundreds of ppl signed up for it???
LOL. Dude, it was just a petition. Corporations or Government don't care if a handful of people sign something griping about what they want.
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What happened to the petition to unlock a boot loader? I thought hundreds of ppl signed up for it???
It's in line to be implemented, right after the US Government builds a Death Star
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Quote from jsh4 View Post :
I'd take one of those LG G2's for $190 over this any day.
yes, and for twice the price, good comparison....sheesh..
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Quote from cconklin1 View Post :
yes, and for twice the price, good comparison....sheesh..
Aren't they both $190?
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