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Monday, 21 May 2012 09:28

Is GameStop getting into mobile phones?

Written by David Stellmack



Apparently that is the case, from what we hear


Game Stop is apparently getting into the Mobile phone business with GameStop Mobile, which is a mobile phone plan provider with offerings from $5 to $55 per month, depending on your data plan. From what we understand, all of GameStops’ offerings will use the AT&T network.

According to what we hear, GameStop thinks that gamers will buy their mobile phones from the same folks that they buy their gaming software from. The focus on the GameStop Mobile offerings will be targeted offerings that are customized for gamers at prices they can afford.

The product is said to be for the U.S. only to start with; and the company may expand the GameStop mobile program if it proves to be popular and a money maker for the company.

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