When the HTC EVO 3D's pricing was announced, Best Buy quickly dropped the EVO 4G to a record low of $50 with new two-year contract.
That was last week. Today, the retailer has broken its own price-setting record and is selling the phone that started the EVO-lution (sorry, couldn't help it) for an unbelievable zero dollars and zero cents, also with new two-year contract.
I've been told that this is an online-only price and that the in-store price is $99, but I don't see anything confirming that on the product page. Regardless, you can order the EVO 4G for free and either have it shipped it you in 2-5 business days or go to your local store (depending on availability) and pick it up yourself.[Best Buy] Thanks, MsRandall!