Top 10 Best Deals from the Past Week – May 7th, 2016

We bring you the best deals in wireless each and every week. But there are times where you may miss one or two of the really good deals. So let's catch you up on what's been happening this past week, in terms of sale in the tech industry.

Celo VPN Lifetime Subscription

Right now, over on the Android Headlines Store, we are offering up a lifetime subscription to Celo VPN. And it's coming in at just $29. That's likely the lowest price you'll ever see for a fully encrypted VPN with a lifetime subscription. Definitely tough to beat.

Amazon Fire Tablet

Amazon's Fire Tablet is already pretty cheap. Coming in at $49.99. But what if we told you that you could get another $10 knocked off of that price tag? That's just what Amazon has done. They are offering up their super-cheap Fire Tablet for just $39.99. Definitely worth picking one up at that price.

Magellan Echo Smart Fitness Watch

It may not be a Fitbit, or a Jawbone Up. But the Magellan Echo Smart Fitness Watch can do all of the same things. And it's available for just $39.99 right now over on the Android Headlines Store. It'll track your sleep, your calories burned and your activity. Probably the cheapest fitness watch available right now.

BlackBerry Priv

The BlackBerry Priv was something that many were excited about last year, until they saw the price tag. It was BlackBerry's first Android-powered smartphone, but it was priced pretty steep. If you've been waiting fro that price to come down, well it just did. eBay is offering an unlocked AT&T variant for $379. That's cheaper than even a brand new Nexus 6P which came out at the same time and with relatively the same specs.

JBL Flip 3 Bluetooth Speaker

JBL is pretty well known for their Bluetooth speakers, and their Flip 3 is one of their more popular models. It's somewhat lightweight, but it's popular because its durable and water-resistant. So you can take this down to the pool with you and not worry about it getting damaged. And right now, it's just $79.

LG G5

The LG G5 came out just about a month ago, and is already seeing a price drop. Down to about $575 right now. This is the dual-SIM variant, but it does support the bands needed for both AT&T and T-Mobile's 4G LTE. So it'll work just fine in the US. And you'll have a modular smartphone with an aluminum build and a removable battery.

Nexbit Robin

Following the trend of smartphones getting price cuts this week, the Nextbit Robin also got a price cut. Coming down from $399 to $299, and launching on Amazon. This smartphone is a cloud-based one, so you will technically never run out of storage. Something that many customers are pretty interested in. And now you can try it for under $300.

Samsung Gear VR

The Gear VR from Samsung saw a $20 price cut this week, dropping the price down to just $79. It's important to remember that this will only work with the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. But with the Gear VR, you'll be able to explore the world of virtual reality.

Ulefone Future

Instead of a price drop, this one opened up pre-orders. The Ulefone Future is one of the more exciting smartphones coming out of China with its bezel-less display and a price of just $239. You can pre-order yours right now from GearBest and you'll have it within a few weeks. Definitely more than worth that price tag.

Fitbit Surge Fitness Superwatch

Fitbit is the king of fitness trackers right now. And their most expensive tracker - the Fitbit Surge - is currently $75 off. This fitness tracker does all sorts of things from tracking your workouts, to tracking your daily activity, your calories burned, sleeping activity and even some smartphone notifications. And coming in at $175, it's definitely a bargain for anyone serious about fitness.

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