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Dash over to CompUSA for a $99 T-Mobile Dash


If you just can’t wait for Crossbow (aka: Windows Mobile 6) and want a sweet deal on a Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone, consider dropping by CompUSA this week. The T-Mobile Dash retails for $349.99 and T-Mobile sells it direct to new accounts for $199. I noticed that CompUSA was advertising the Dash for $99 on a new accounts and thought it was too good to be true. I needed to nab another phone account since my Verizon Wireless account is CDMA and I have some GSM phones to review, i.e.: I need a SIM card.

I hopped over to CompUSA last night along with the print ad in my pocket and sure enough the deal was true. Remember, this is for new accounts only; I didn’t ask what an upgrade or existing customer price was, although I probably should have. The advertised special is good through February 10th, so if you’re looking for a new wireless phone plan and want to add a dash of mobility to your life, hurry up! OK, time to pick five faves…..

3 Responses to “Dash over to CompUSA for a $99 T-Mobile Dash”

  1. Kevin,
    Here is something that you and your new DASH will really be able to take advantage of. (and your readers) Head over to They are touting their new “One Number for Life” service (Free in BETA, will always have a FREE Offering)It allows you to have one number that can connect to all of your wireless devices, all depending on how you wish them to be organized. One feature that is fantastic is the fact that you can set the Grand Central number as one of your My Faves numbers, and then give that number to all of your friends and contacts. Thus EVERYONE who calls will be incoming on the MyFaves number, and thus a Free CALL leaving your bucket alone. You like? Also, it allows you to have one of several MP3s that you upload, to play as the ringing noise (like Caller Tunes)and there is no monthly fee! There is many more features so check it out at The support is great and the people at the top will listen to your feedback. I have been in touch with their upper level management and they are a great bunch of folks. I have actually seen some of my ideas implemented! Do I sound a bit enthused? It is because I am, it has been a great experience so far. I am sure you will like it.