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March 30, 2012

Luke exchange shoppers get connected for less

The proliferation and popularity of apps on mobile phones continue to grow at an incredible rate. And, according to a recent exchange poll, military members, with their mobile lifestyle, have a higher propensity to use these tools. As a result, their need for the latest in mobile technology is even greater.

To meet military consumers’ evolving communications needs, the Army & Air Force Exchange offers great pricing on the latest mobile phone models throughout its exchange mobile center. The kiosk features the hottest phones from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon as well as prepaid options from Boost and a variety of service plans and great accessories, all at competitive prices.

In mid-April, many of the latest mobile phones will go on sale with the Luke AFB Exchange’s first semi-annual wireless sale. The inaugural sale kicks off April 13 with two days of door busters and runs through April 26.

Shoppers can also enter to win a 55-inch Samsung flat-screen HDTV, $500 exchange gift card, Xbox 360 KinectTM bundle or one of dozens of other prizes to be given away. No purchase is necessary to win.

Representatives from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon will be available to demonstrate phones and answer questions.

“There’s no better time to shop and save for that hot new smart phone you’ve been wanting,” said Robert Carter, exchange general manager. “The kiosk at the Luke AFB Exchange is the place to go to find the latest handsets, coolest accessories or just to ask that wireless question no one else can answer.”

With a selection of phones from three major cellular service providers, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, shoppers can see and compare a variety of each brand’s most popular cell phones, tablets and service plans, with knowledgeable associates who provide expert assistance.




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