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Best Buy, the electronics superstore, is offering amazing plans for its customers. It recently sent an email to members of their Rewards buyers that told them about these new phone deals.

There are new plans for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T. For example, the Nexus S phone on the T-Mobile network usually costs $529.99, but with Best Buy’s offer, it only costs $199 for a two-year commitment to the network.

Also, HTC’s Droid is free with a two-year deal on Verizon. Normally it costs $599. HTC’s Aria also has a free offer for the two-year commitment, or normally $599 for AT&T. Finally, Blackberry is offering a $49 Torch 9800 for AT&T with the offer.

These offers are great, but you can bet they won’t last long, so get your deal before it ends!

Best Buy Offers Free Smartphones: HTC Droids, Aria.


Have you noticed that recently, most smartphones that are coming out run Android? Heres a few: HTC Droid Incredible, HTC Evo 4G, and the Motorola Droid X and Droid 2, just to name a few. There are even more phones that are being unveiled at CES 2011 that will run Android: HTC Thunderbolt, LG Optimus 2X, Sony Xperia Arc, etc…Clearly, Android dominates a massive portion of the smartphone market.



So what makes Android so good? Well it’s part of Google, which has some of the best products yet. With the minds they have there, and the casual workspace they have, it is a perfect recipe for great products. They are the number 1 used search engine; they are one of the most widely used email providers, and now they are the most widely used cell phone OS.

Android provides great security with a wide amount of encryption tools. Also, because it is a branch of Google, it comes with the full suite of Google Apps, popular ones being Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calender. It is also an extremely flexible OS, making it capable of being put into a variety of phones. The interface is very sleek and modern looking, and that is exactly what cell phone companies and consumers alike are looking for nowadays.

I hope this gave you a better insight into why Android in the past year has come to dominate the smartphone market, and soon, it will also dominate the tablet market.

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