Solavei Offering BlackBerry Z10 for $999
Updated: Added details.
Prepaid provider Solavei today announced the immediate availability of the BlackBerry Z10 for Solavei members. The Z10 can be purchased from Solavei's retail partner, GSM Nation, for $999. The Z10 will not reach other U.S.-based carriers until the middle of March the earliest. Solavei is an MVNO that uses T-Mobile's network. It offers unlimited voice, messaging, and data for $49 per month.
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They say it's not technically a pyramid scheme!
Well, just because something is legal does not mean it is not a pyramid scheme in the functional sense (in fact, pyramid schemes are not illegal by their nature, and specific laws have to be written to try to define what is naturally just a bad idea).
So is it? I don't know, but this option looks suspicious:
A Social Member Without Service chooses to participate ONLY in the Compensation Plan and does not use Solavei Mobile Service. Social Members Without Service must pay an annual fee of $149 to participate in the Compensation Plan.
One of these "witho...
Of course I will need to take a second mortgage out on the house to buy a phone, but hey, it's worth it.
The equipment got better, but pricing has held with these guys.
Solavei...adopting the Apple ...
That's a ridiculous price for ANY phone....
You're completly right - NO device is worth that much. I thought apple products were overpriced. My buddy paid about $300 for his Z10, on a 3 year contract. Let me tell you - after he let me use the device for about ...
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