That’s right, we’re bringing back the Free Prepaid Phone Challenge. After AT&T ran out of free prepaid phones, we looked high and low for something even better. And, we’ve brought the free prepaid phone challenge back with Verizon Wireless.
This time around, we’ve picked an even better phone, the Motorola W385. It’s a successor to the ultra-popular Motorola KRZR flip phone, and features both Bluetooth and a VGA camera. This is a great spare phone for drivers, especially in states that require using a Bluetooth headset while driving.
The process is similar to our last version of the challenge, but the purchase price is a little higher. Verizon will sell you the phone for $19.99. We’ll give you $10 cash back (just by following the steps in the link below), and then Verizon will match that with a $10 service credit when you activate the phone. That brings the net cost of the phone to absolutely free.
And remember, not only will you be getting a free prepaid phone. Not only will you be supporting PhoneNews.com, but, if we ship 10,000 free prepaid phones, we’ll go ad-free for all of 2009. We don’t like ads either, and you asked for a way to help us make them go away… we’re delivering with the Free Prepaid Phone Challenge.
Ready to get started? Just click the link below for the details, and how to get your free prepaid phone.