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Big Virgin Mobile USA Phone Sale - HTC One V $159.99, EVO V 4G $239.99

Virgin Mobile is doing a big phone sales push on their web site with 10 devices marked down between 20% and 44%. They've had six phones on sale all month. Today, they put three more on sale, plus a couple of wireless broadband devices.

Plus, the sale price on the top of the line HTC EVO V (image), which was supposed to expire today, has been extended to Sept 10!

Here are all the current Virgin Mobile sale devices. The first five just went on sale today, the rest have been marked down for a while but the deals are still on until the dates indicated.

Franklin Wireless U600 3G/4G USB Stick $55.99 (reg $69.99) through 9/10

Samsung Intercept Android phone $69.99 (reg $99.99) Also, for new customers only includes a free month of service on the $35 Beyond Talk plan  - through 8/27

LG Optimus V Android phone $94.99 (reg $129.99) Also, for new customers only includes a free month of service on the $35 Beyond Talk plan - through 8/27

Sierra Wireless Overdrive Pro 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot $95.99 (reg $119.99) through 9/10

LG Optimus Slider Android QWERTY $144.99 (reg $179.99)  Also, for new customers only includes a free month of service on the $35 Beyond Talk plan - through 9/10

HTC One V $159.99 (reg $199.9) through 9/10

LG Rumor 2 QWERTY slider $49.99 (reg $89.99) (currently out of stock) through 9/3

LG Rumor Touch touchscreen QWERTY slider $59.99 (reg $79.99) through 9/3

HTC Wildfire S Android phone $64.99 (reg $99.99) Also, for new customers only includes a free month of service on the $35 Beyond Talk plan (currently out of stock) - through 9/10

Motorola Triumph Android phone $229.99 (reg $279.99) through 9/3

HTC Evo V 4G Android phone $239.99 (reg $299.99) through 9/10

There are some pretty good deals here particularly on the just released dual core HTC EVO V 4G and the single core  HTC One V which both run Android 4.0. Something to keep in mind is that there is reportedly a connection issue with the EVO V 4G, Could that be why it's on sale? In any case,  HTC and Sprint are working on a fix.


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  1. All great phones except for the Samsung Intercept. That phone has some serious issues.

  2. I can't decide what to get, I normally don't want to spend more than $150 on a phone, but the dual core on the EVO V seems really good, but there may be issues with it? The Evo One is the next bet for me.

    Also, Anonymous is 100% right about the Intercept, I have one and it's honestly worse than any phone I've ever used. It was a gift, otherwise I would have taken it back in a day.

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