First the permanent price cuts:
- The HTC One V's price has been reduced from $199.99 to $179.99. Plus it's on sale for $119.99 until 1/21
- The Samsung Galaxy S II's price has been reduced from $369.99 to $329.99
- Kyocera Rise Android QWERTY slider $79.99 (reg $99.99) (ends 1/21)
- Samsung Galaxy Reverb Android phone $169.99 (reg $199.99)(ends 1/21)
Ovation MC760 3G USB stick modem $9.99 (reg $49.99) (ends 3/25)
Novatel MiFi 2200 3G wireless hotspot $19.99 (reg $99.99) (ends 3/25)
U600 3G/4G USB stick modem $49.99 (reg $69.99) (ends 1/21)
Overdrive Pro 3G/4G wireless hotspot $89.99 (reg $119.99) (ends 1/21)
HTC Evo V 4G Android phone 149.99 (reg $179.99) (ends 2/12)
Motorola Triumph Android phone $179.99 (reg $279.99)(ends 1/28)
The best deals are HTC One V (pictured above) for $119.99, the HTC EVO 4G for $149.99 and the deep discounts on the older 3G Broadband to Go devices.
The One V strong points include a bright 3.7 inch 480 x 800 px screen, all metal body, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), Beats Audio and a 5 MP camera with HD video recording. The only negative is the non-removable battery.
As good as the One V is, the HTC EVO V 4G is even better with it's dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 4.3 inch, 540 x 950 px screen, Android 4.0, 3D camera, 1 MB of RAM and 4G WiMAX support.
A word of warning on the end dates for the sale items. These are all official dates directly from Virgin Mobile. However, Virgin has a history of suddenly ending sales before the published date. This has happened more than once, most recently with the $19.99 LG Optimus Slider deal which was supposed to last until Jan 3rd but ended Dec 10. If you want one of these deals I recommend jumping on it ASAP.