Best Buy Claims Retail Dibs on HTC Thunderbolt
Best Buy today announced that it will be the exclusive retail seller of the HTC Thunderbolt, one of the first handsets with Long Term Evolution 4G to ship for Verizon Wireless. The device is available for pre-order immediately, though it won't become available until mid-February. Best Buy didn't provide a price for the Thunderbolt.
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This is False
Best Buy attempted to be the only seller but that was quickly shot down around the CES in January.
hey verizon, save your money on ads!
how about lower the price for service plan!
att family plan start at 59.99 VS Verizon at 69.99. i rarely use over 2gb data per month, 25$ VS 30$ on verizon. i save 15$ each month by staying with att! if you can match att prices, you have another customer! i'm sick of att always getting garbage phones!
They'll be the exclusive National Retailer
Premium/authorized retailers and corp stores should also have it at launch.
At least, that's what I'm reading from their press release.