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Best Buy Cuts Android Prices To $99

11/17/2009 09:38:21 AM Eastern

Minneapolis - Price competition in Android-based
smartphones heated up with Best Buy Mobile's decision to reduce the price of
two Sprint-network models to $99.99 from $179 through December.

The two models
are the HTC Hero and Samsung Moment. Their new prices are with instant rebates
and new two-year activation.

On Nov. 6, Verizon
Wireless began offering the HTC-made Android-based Droid
at $99.99 and the Motorola-made Droid at $199.

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