T-Mobile just announced that for a limited time, the Nokia Astound will get $20 knocked off for current T-Mobile customers willing to upgrade. Basically, get a brand new Nokia Astound for $59.99. This is awesome. When have we seen a carrier that is willing to make upgrades cheaper than new contracts?
T-Mobile Nokia Astound for $59.99 with Upgrade – Limited Time Offer
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