Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 26, 2007
Dealking.com announces a prepaid phone blow-out, right in time for back-to-school. Parents like the security of knowing their children are just a phone call away. Kids like the privilege of having their own cell phone. The only problem standing in the way of all this happiness is the expense. Dealking.com has found another great deal to pass along to its members, and it solves the age-old cell phone problem.
Prepaid phones eliminate the biggest fear parents have about giving their kids cell phones. With no contract, pay as you go service, and no way for your child to rack up a big bill by downloading games and ring-tones, the AT&T pre-paid Go Phone is the perfect compromise. Select a phone that's $20 or less and it comes out to be free after the cash back rebate. Choose from camera phones, Razr phones, flip phones, and even PDAs and Blackberries. And it doesn't stop there. As always, Dealking.com's generous automated cash-back program means you get a share in the commission - and money in your wallet.
"This latest offer from AT&T is perfect for families who want the benefits of a cell phone without all of the expenses. This cash back deal makes the phone truly free with no catches - no surprises. This is one of the best offers I've seen in a while for pre-paid phones," said Russ Snapper, Dealking.com's Marketing Manager.
DealKing.com's program works like this: consumers purchase online from hundreds of retailers, including Target, Buy.com, and T-Mobile using links on the DealKing Web site. Dealking.com shares part of the commission with the consumer. After 90 days, if customers reach the minimum payment threshold, they get their cash back bonus, either as a check or through Paypal. The cash back bonus is on top of all the deals and coupons, so it's like getting paid to shop.
DealKing.Com is a leading online cash back shopping and consumer site, offering deals, coupons, and cash back from hundreds of online retailers. DealKing.Com a wholly owned subsidiary of Arcavate Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.