For the past several years you may have heard people talking about “Unlocked smartphones”. However, if you are not a tech enthusiast, you may have just let the term go in one ear and out of the other. So, what is an unlocked smartphone? An unlocked smartphone is a phone that is not tied to a specific carrier. This also means that there it is no contract. This is great for those that want to shop around, upgrade to the hottest phones every few months, and even switch carriers if needed. And unlocked phones are great for international travel.
Are you looking for a new smartphone, but don’t want to be locked into a long contract? You need an unlocked smartphone. Head on over to Best Buy. Right now there’s an Unlocked Smartphone savings event going on with sales on Samsung, Huawei, Moto, Sony, BLU, Alcatel and ZTE smartphones.
While you may pay a bit more in the beginning for an unlocked smartphone, over time they save you money. Those monthly contract fees add up!
There are great offers going on for several brands. See below and pick out your phone!
Moto: Save $50 on Select Moto Mods with purchase of Moto Z Play (Valid Dates: 10/30/16-11/5/16)
Huawei: Save $50 on the Honor 8 by Huawei plus get a free case (Valid Dates: 10/30/16-11/12/16)
Samsung: Save $100 on the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (Valid Dates: 10/30/16-11/12/16)
BLU: Save $40 on the BLU Life XL (Valid Dates: 11/6/16-11/12/16)
Sony: Save $100 on the Sony XPERIA X Compact (Valid Dates: 10/30/16-11/12/16)
Disclaimer for all offers listed: Offer valid 10/30/16-11/12/16. Phones, service and coverage not available in all markets. Available in New Jersey. No dealers. See a Blue Shirt for details. 4G/4G LTE not available in all markets. Products must be purchased on same receipt to receive bundle/package savings.
Want to learn more about unlocked smartphones and how they can benefit you? Check out the Best Buy Unlocked page to learn more.
Disclosure: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free
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