Bell HTC Sensation now just $0.01, Samsung Galaxy S II only $69.99 until September 8 at Best Buy

When it comes to severe price cuts and/or great smartphone deals in North America, it’s usually the US we’re talking about. Over the past few months, many retailers over there have gotten into the great habit of heavily discounting smartphones when bought with long-term contracts.

Now though we have a great deal for those of you in Canada, who are after an absolute high-end Android-powered smartphone and don’t mind having Bell as your carrier.

Best Buy now sells the HTC Sensation for an amazing $0.01. This comes not long after the phone has launched, and, let’s not forget, this is HTC’s current non-3D flagship device.

Best Buy also has the Samsung Galaxy S II for Bell at a reasonable $69.99, which is $100 cheaper than the launch price (and Bell’s official price). So you’re in for great savings if you get the Galaxy S II from Best Buy.

In both cases, you need to sign a new three-year contract with Bell to be able to take advantage of these prices. Both offers are valid until September 8, and both are apparently only available in stores. So unfortunately it looks like you can’t order online, but if you do want to get a high-end Android device, you’re probably already on your way to your nearest Best Buy retail location.

Via MobileSyrup

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Anonymous

    Three years?  Really?  I always think two years is about six months too long.  If my employer wasn’t paying for my service plan, which essentially means they are paying for my subsidized phone, I’d buy it outright rather than lock into something for three years.

  • Anonymous

    can someone get me one (SG2)…i’ll play 500 for it!

  • Anonymous

    it doesn’t matter if it’s 10 years long you’re happy you’re good.