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    Buying a 8320

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    I'm buying an 8320 for Christmas and was wondering what my options were?

    1. Tmobile, I have a two year contract and am just over a year into it, how much of a discount would I get?
    2. Ebay, looking to pay 350-400.
    3. Here, maybe someone is selling one for a decent amount.
    4. Craigslist, once again, maybe someone will be selling one.

    Anywhere else I can get one for roughly 300-350 or lower?

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    1. You should get a $50 Rebate, you pay $299 up front two year contract.
    2. This is good if you don't want to extend your contract and just buy the berry.
    3. You can get it here for a decent price, but most of em' are used.
    4. Not sure about Craigslist, I haven't purchased anything from there.

    Goodluck

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    Craiglist is always a good start... it's usually a local sale and you can ck it out b4 u buy without extending your contract -

    eBay won't kill u, but u are likely to overpay for it... be it used or new

    Buying new from TMo - unless u get a hook up, they are gonna make u extend your contract 2 yrs or buy it all full price of $400+


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    Re: Buying a 8320

    Tmobile will give you the full discount on it but you will have to sign another 2 year contract and you will just have to insist you want it. I did it for both me and my wife and niether one of our lines were up for renewal.

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    I don't mind extending the contract, I was just wondering if they would give me the discounted price of $299 for both of the phones, meaning I pay $600 and some change and walk out with two new 8320's.
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    Re: Buying a 8320

    im with you there thinkin of gettin a curve myself.

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    Quote Originally Posted by skinnie View Post
    im with you there thinkin of gettin a curve myself.
    the answer to your question is yes they should give it to you for the 299. price with a 50 rebate if you sign another 2year contract...

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    Quote Originally Posted by bkeaver View Post
    the answer to your question is yes they should give it to you for the 299. price with a 50 rebate if you sign another 2year contract...
    Will they do it for both of my lines? I have a family plan and both me and my fiance want curves.

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    well i got a curve from t-mobile not too long ago...i still wasnt fully into my 2 years yet but i went online on mytmobile.com and ended up paying about $346 and some change including taxes and shipping and stuff. or you can also call customer service and do it over the phone...im sure you can get the same price for both of your lines.

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    If I bring up that I can get the 8310 from AT&T for 299 plus a rebate of $100 making it 199 plus tax, do you think Tmobile will give it to me for that price?

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    ^ not sure if tmoble price matches.. but that sounds like a good idea!

    btw, is that a scion tC in your avatar?!

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    I figure its worth a try.
    Yeah it is, it's actually old, I now have a 1990 twin turbo 300zx

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    ^ ahh i see.. yeah i still got my tC

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    Re: Buying a 8320

    dunno if they'll price match the 8320 with the price of a 8310 tho...wishful thinking

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