Are you eligible for an upgrade on your cell phone contract?
My husband was and yet we weren’t ready to commit the $100-200 Verizon wants for a new phone even with the discounted upgrade price. I think if you don’t have a family plan, you can get a better discount.
So he was ready to upgrade but our budget was not and then I came across this link while participating in a recent promotion…
Domino’s is offering FREE Android phones for people ready to start a new contract or upgrade.
I ALWAYS fine the catch in these offers. They are never really FREE, there is always something and with this the restrictions are fine with us. This is a good deal!
If you upgrade, you will have to commit to the service plan they recommend for at least 6 months. So if you are the kind that upgrades your phone and then switches it to the other line- for instance, if I upgrade on mine and switched it to my husband’s cell phone. Or if I committed to 1400 minute plan and unlimited text and decided to downgrade. For us, the commitment was the same that we have now, so I just can’t make any changes to Chris’ service for 6 months or risk penalties.
The wonderful part is, as far as I can tell, there is no activation fee or new contract fee. Verizon recently instilled a contract renewal or new contract fee and its pretty high. We paid $0!! Nothing! And today, a NEW Droid 3 arrived in the mail with two FREE accessories bundled with it, all for FREE.
Go HERE to see if this deal will work for you. Remember you have to be ready to upgrade or want a new contract, but the timing sure is right for us! I even called to ask a dozen questions about the fine print today and it is a great FREE offer!
A friend of my husbands explained why they are able to offer this deal and it makes sense actually, why they can and why they want to. Domino’s is making money off the partnership and all that you need to know is that you can get a FREE phone if you meet the criteria and agree to not make any changes for 6 months and keep the contract (just like you normally have to with an upgrade) for the two year term!