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Motorola Triumph Unboxing (for Virgin Mobile)

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September 8th, 2011

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No matter how tough economic times are, people still need phones. A great way to save on your phone costs is to get a pre-paid (or “no-contract”) phone, which lets you pay-as-you-go and avoid expensive and lengthy phone contracts. It’s good to watch your expenses… but can you get a decent-quality no-contract smartphone? Wirefly and Virgin Mobile say, “Yes you can.” And you don’t have to sacrifice performance to get a good phone at a great price.

In the video to the right, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs unboxes the Motorola Triumph, a no-contract Android phone that runs on Sprint’s 3G network, under the banner of Virgin Mobile. The Triumph has great features, including a 4.1-inch LCD touch screen, the Android 2.2 operating system, a 5-megapixel rear camera, and a front camera for video chat. Click on the video window for more features and details about this affordable phone.

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4 Responses to “Motorola Triumph Unboxing (for Virgin Mobile)”

  • Thanks Bob,……so im thinking the MOTOROLA TRIUMPH,……from wirefly of course,…….as far as keeping my same number will vigin let me?. no biggie.Just have had the same phone number for over 12 years.,…..Thanks soooooo much,
    Angela

    • Angela, I don’t know if you can keep your number, but it may be possible. When you contact Wirefly to buy the phone, the agent should be able to tell you. Good luck!

      Bob at Wirefly

  • Hey wirefly,
    been a sprint customer for 12 years,…..and there sur charges and bull keeps going up, in the economy we are in, they arent wanting to work with me soooooo,…i was looking at the motorola triumph virgin mobile, right now ive never been able to get a smart phone cant afford sprints prices, which sprint as we all know is racking in the money with virgin, boost, i wireless, etc….they dont care about there OLD xcustomers they call us gold but in all reality were just OLD…..so question, bout to have the money to pay for this phone and as mad as i am with sprint charing me THE FULL ETF, not at least knocking 1/2 off, bout to pay that as well, i have 300 anytime min now and 300 text, unlimited reg data, fair n flexable plan, bill 35.00 plus 5.00 for 300 un text, 7.50 for reg data un, and my ring toines,……i NEVER IN 12 YEARS HAVE USED ALL MY ANYTIME MIN, NOR MESS, so I was thinking about going with virgins beyond talk plan for 45.00 a month thats unlimited text, web, mail, and 1,500 minutes, or should i start out with the 35.00 unlimited same, and 300 anytime minutes?,…..also is the motorola triumph a good andriod phone? i watched the video of you guys seems nice,…..was looking at the lg optimus but seen too many complaints, so wrie me back, ill have the money hopefully in a about 4 days…….thanks alot,.and is there a gel case for the motorola triumph,? and i know it needs a screen protector, i like the private ones, anyways please wrie me back, thanks so much,

    • Angela, the Motorola Triumph is a decent Android phone with specs that would have made it one of the best phones available just a year ago. It has a bright, clear display, and its Android 2.2 operating system is stable and fast. The Triumph is also surprisingly lightweight, considering that it has a 4.1-inch display. I personally think it is the best Android phone available as a “no-contract” phone.

      Since you can work with Virgin Mobile on a month-by-month basis, why don’t you start with the 300-minute plan and see how that goes? If you need more minutes, you can always buy them and get a bigger plan the following month.

      Hope that helps!

      Bob at Wirefly

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