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    i piad 300 for mine with my employee discount....

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    I won mine right from RIM...it was free. Its a great phone.

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~3 year contract, Rogers, Canada, 250 , I got owned

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    The end of the story is we all paid for our phones, long run or short term, money is exchanged. The key here is we all end up with the same phone and a hell of alot of friends for support! That's my take. Am I wrong?
    Been a long while since last login. Sorry all, adjusting to a new life is great and hell at the same time!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmoze
    No worse than Amazon's deal.
    yes, but 4 months isn't really that long. $200 is money i can use toward a GPS BT receiver.

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    I got mines for free but sadly i have 2yr contract...

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    Free (after $50 rebate) with a 120-day contract.

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
    Got mine for free after rebate but with 2 year contract with Tmobile.

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~yea, about the third party dealers with the awesome deals, I read the fine print on mine kinda sorta, and I think it said something like, if you make any changes to your main plan, they will charge you $250... Or something like that anyway. But I am fine with that since mine is only the 29.99 300 anytime minutes plan

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    ok i got my pearl along with my mom's and sister's razrs, the pearl was 100usd with a 50usd rebate, the 2 razr's were both free, but still had their 50usd rebates. the total we paid was 100usd up front, and i we got 150usd back in rebates. yeah, we made money and got 3 pretty cool phones. only problem, the first month we have a 160usd bill, but starting next month itll go down to 110usd a month. also 2year agreement

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    i got my pearl when it first came out and got mine for free with a $50 rebate so i actual made $50 the only exception is the 2 year contract. and of course i got it from a thridparty dealer

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayos72
    The end of the story is we all paid for our phones, long run or short term, money is exchanged. The key here is we all end up with the same phone and a hell of alot of friends for support! That's my take. Am I wrong?
    Well, not quite. Money is money. And some people still seem to pay $200+ for a pearl. Posting info on better deals can save other people $$$ for the same product. I don't mind a 2-yr contract as I rarely switch carriers (just made 2nd switch in about 12 years). So if you want to keep your service for a couple of years, why not go with a 3rd party vendor and save money? Places like Amazon, wirefly, cellularforless, etc. have much better deals than buying full-price phones from the carrier. Service plans are identical.

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