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  1. Nokia.Nut's Avatar
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    78.88 for the 920 and 38.88 for the 820. Those prices are for new customers or upgrades.

    Edit: I guess they would even out if you are getting a free wireless charging pad through AT&T directly

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    Went to my local Sam's Club they dont have the 920 yet on display and the price for off contract is $530.00 higher than what ATT is charging. I suspect that I am going to try to get an early upgrade from the ATT store or online If I can get it for $350.00 I'll do that and hopefully get my wife to chip in half as a birthday and Christmas present.
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    good price? Not really. A good price would be $400 no commitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokia.Nut View Post
    78.88 for the 920 and 38.88 for the 820. Those prices are for new customers or upgrades.

    Edit: I guess they would even out if you are getting a free wireless charging pad through AT&T directly

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    Uh, WalMart is 49.99. Why go to Sams Club?
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    Quote Originally Posted by independentvolume View Post
    Uh, WalMart is 49.99. Why go to Sams Club?
    Because they has the snack bar with Ron Jeremy sized Nathan's hot dogs yo!

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