December 26, 2008 · 3:04 pm
According to Yahoo News:
“Wal-Mart will start selling Apple’s popular iPhone on Sunday, the chain said, confirming earlier reports by employees.
Bentonville-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will become the second independent retail chain after Best Buy Inc. to sell the phone. It is also sold at Apple Inc. and AT&T Inc. stores.
Wal-Mart will sell the phones for $2 less than the regular price with a two-year contract: $197 for the 8-gigabyte model, or $297 for the 16-gigabyte model. Best Buy is discounting the phone by $9.
Reports that Wal-Mart would sell the phone, but not the exact launch date or the terms, surfaced early this month through store employees who had been briefed.”
The savings are minimal! Why bother?
(Via yahoo )
November 19, 2008 · 7:31 am
boygeniusreport is Reporting, because that’s what they do:
“Confirmed: iPhone 3G coming to Wal-Mart on December 28th, select Sam’s Club stores as well – Wal-Mart has reached agreement with Apple to offer iPhone 3G in Wal-Mart and Wal-Mart-managed Sam’s Club* Connection Centers nationwide beginning December 28, 2008. AT&T will support Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club with the activation process for iPhone 3G, and we need all National Retail employees engaged to ensure a successful launch.”
(Get the full Scoop HERE)
October 28, 2008 · 9:04 am
It seems music is just getting cheaper and cheaper, now at 74 cents!
Electronista is reporting:
“Walmart today made an aggressive move against Amazon and Apple by lowering the prices of its MP3 Music Downloads store. The service now offers per-track downloads as low as 74 cents versus the 89-cent minimum of Amazon MP3 and iTunes’ fixed 99-cent price. Normal tracks are 94 cents, Wal-Mart says.”
(Read Full article HERE)
February 16, 2008 · 3:08 am
Wal-Mart – Drops it like it’s Not
Looks like Toshiba had better put HD DVD out of its misery with news trickling out that Wal-Mart will not restock its shelves with HD DVD players and movies by the time June rolls around, following similar decisions made by Netflix and Best Buy. It seems as though there is no way out of this dark pit for HD DVD – let us have a minute’s silence out of respect for this format.(Via Ubergizmo.)
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