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How To Buy Cheap Android Phones On Amazon Wireless

Updated on June 1, 2010
HTC Droid Incredible
HTC Droid Incredible

What Is Amazon Wireless?

Amazon Wireless is a new site from that brings you discounted rates on new cell phones from all major mobile carriers in the United States. They handle all the various mail-in-rebates and stuff for you and negotiate with the cell phone companies to bring you the best prices. In fact you'll even find Android phones and Blackberries selling for as little as one cent!

Check Out Amazon Wireless Here

As you probably already know, Android is Google's open source answer to the iPhone and it really delivers.  The Android store has thousands of apps, and the latest generation of phones including the HTC Incredible and the Motorola BACKFLIP dominate.

Will An Android Phone From Amazon Work With My Plan?

You may be wondering if a phone from Amazon Wireless will be compatible with your current plan, after all there must be some catch.  The answer is yes, if you choose the upgrade option that is.  Amazon's system works together with the carriers themselves and it will check to see if you are currently eligible for an upgrade.  If so, you will be able to upgrade your phone just like you would if you were doing it with the actual carrier and it will allow you to keep your current plan with a new contract.

Will I be able to keep my number with Amazon Wireless?  The answer to this question is yes as well.  As long as you don't sign up for a completely new contract and you choose to upgrade an existing phone, you will be able to keep your old phone number and retain your current plan.

Amazon Wireless Android Discounts

To the right I've provided some examples of the discounts you will find on Android phones. Keep in mind though that Amazon also provides great deals on Blackberry and Windows phones, so don't feel like you have to go with Android.

Once the much anticipated Windows 7 phones hit the market, I'm sure they'll be offered as well.

As you can see, though, they have remarkably cheap Motorola Droid phones and very low prices on T-mobile and AT&T offerings as well!


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