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March 22, 2013

Luke exchange answers call for perfect smart phone

Do you watch sporting events while on the go, enjoy funny YouTube videos or just want to see the latest episode of your favorite show on DISH Network while you’re out and about? The Exchange Mobile Center is the answer. It is equipped with the latest video-capable Smart Phones on the market.

Mobile video is a booming trend, accounting for more than half of all cellular network traffic last year while YouTube views nearly doubled. Exchange shoppers can tune in on the action at the Spring MEGA Wireless sale April 12 through 25 at the Luke Air Force Base Exchange Mobile Center.

The sale is the perfect time to buy some of the hottest new video-capable Smart Phones with 4G LTE connectivity at great prices. In addition to finding great values, shoppers can also enter for a chance to win one of three 55-inch TVs to be given away, along with a range of other prizes. No purchase is necessary to win, but shoppers must enter in person to be eligible.

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.

Representatives from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon will also be available to demonstrate phones and answer questions in addition to other fun, in-store activities that are planned.

“Whether or not you’re a big video fan, this is a great time to shop and save on that hot new Smart Phone you’ve been wanting,” said Pete Alaniz, exchange general manager. “The Exchange Mobile Center at Luke is the place to find the latest models, coolest accessories or just to ask that wireless question you’ve been wondering about.”

 




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