1. Ker9's Avatar
    Hi all, n00b here, sorry if this is wrong place, I didn't find anything about this in the search.

    I know that Fandango is releasing the new BB app and I'm QQing because I have a crappy old 8700 (pity gratefully accepted lol) and probably wont' be able to use it. Anyway, saving up for a Curve and then this morning I got an email from Fandango sending me to a link it won't let me post yet (sorry about that) But it's a site through Simplexity which is a cell store, I guess, and they are offering free BBs (several different models) for a new or renewal 2 year contract with one of 4 providers (including mine). "A Festivus Miracle!" says I, then after starting to fill out the form I freeze up and think, 'hmmm, sounds too good to be true, is it? The wise ones at Crackberry will know.'

    Anyone else see this? Am I being too n00bish to think it might be legit? What do you all think?

    Last edited by Ker9; 12-02-09 at 10:26 AM.
    12-02-09 10:22 AM
  2. blueyestm's Avatar
    its like getting a phone off of amazon, wirefly, crackberry, etc. you either have to have a new contract for 2 years with their specific phone plan which is always higher than the cheapest ones you can get at the store, and/or you need to see how much you will have to pay for an upgrade which will extend your contract 2 years as well as have to use their specific plan they choose as well
    12-02-09 10:24 AM
  3. otaku2's Avatar
    I don't know anything about Fandango or Simplexity, but it is not unusual to get a free phone with a new plan. I got my Pearl for free with a two-year T-Mobile family plan thru my local dealer. Here is a $50 9700 at Wirefly (whom I also know nothing about).

    Welcome to our Wireless World
    02-05-10 10:56 AM
  4. preach75's Avatar
    Simplexity is a VERY reliable company. Go for it. If need any help, ask for John Bailey at Simplexity. Amway Global uses their child company Wireless Marketplus

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    02-06-10 10:39 PM