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Monday, February 6, 2012

Get Your Nexus S 4G or HTC EVO 3D Only at Sprint Now

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sprint. All opinions are 100% mine.

I was checking on my Sunday paper as well as online to get a good deal for the week. As expected, I saw some good deals and I wanted to share it to all of you especially when you are seeking for gadget deals! Check this out:
Two ways to get a  Nexus S™ 4G for FREE:  when you open a new line of service at Sprint or simply add it to your existing account. Your activation fee will be waived and the shipping is FREE so; you will not spend any dime plus you will have a $99.99 online savings and $50 MIR. This phone is light and the browsing is pretty quick and zippy. The call quality is great, battery life is above average, screen is bright and large. My friend who is using a Nexus S 4g says it is a winner!
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HTC EVO™ 3D is the updated version of EVO 4G. Has 3.0 sense user interface and you can flip pages like a carousel. It has a twin 5 mega pixel camera at the back which can capture a still 2D and 3D photos and videos. When you open a line today, you will get a $49.99 online savings. Hurry! This is good for FOUR Days only so; visit the link and open a new line now!
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