Motorola Charm Free on Family Plan Activations?


T-Mobile’s free Motorola Charm special might be extending well past the back to school promotion we heard about not too long ago. Engadget‘s received a poster shot showing the Motorola Charm (alongside Samsung’s latest round of QWERTY feature phones) as a messaging phone.


According to the poster, messaging phones are free when they’re activated on a family plan. I must say that I’m actually pretty excited to see something like this. Make whatever reservations you want regarding the device and T-Mobile, but you can’t get mad seeing an Android device (in the states, at least) just begging to be grabbed up by that QWERTY-obsessed crowd with the sweet, low cost of $0.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Nothing wrong with free Android!

  2. A free phone with tons of free apps? I sense a stampede coming.

  3. need one without data.

  4. servo: That’s what it might mean. Many “texting phones” don’t require data if you have a family texting plan. I’m curious to see if this is what they mean.

    I’d gladly herald the introduction of a free Android phone that doesn’t require data.

  5. If It’s Android-which it is, It’ll require the full data-phone internet. If purchased on Even More Plus, data is not required, but what fun is that?

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