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This review is from: GIFT AMD SILVER 2 GAMES 2014 (Up to $100 Retail Value)
Pros: these game offers have value, but not near as much as is advertised.
Cons: be aware that the sales transaction of the video board is separated from the games offer transaction and they attach a grossly high value to the games, probably so that it will not be worth getting whatever partial refund you could get.
this is not necessarily a deal breaker. just be sure about the purchase before you finalize the transaction and be sure you are absolutely not even possibly going to need a refund. if this is a gift or you are not sure of the specs or something, it is probably not worth including the games offer, and if you can't remove the games part of the transaction, you might want to go with a different board that does not have the games offer.
Other Thoughts: you can check steam for the regular prices on each of the games that are offered. i doubt any possible combinations add up to the advertised value, but if you are on steam regularly and get games on sale like i do they are WAY WAY cheaper.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: the cheapest red pocket unlimited (talk and text only) service plan is about the cheapest unlimited monthly plan you can get (in the US).
Cons: it is not really a con for most people, but if you are not able to read and follow simple instructions or if you are the kind of person that might need and/or want customer service attention, red pocket might not be the service for you. the savings from not providing local retail or unnecessary and easy-to-access customer service is passed on to those of us who don't need these things. we like it that way, but not everyone does.
Other Thoughts: red pocket works on AT&T's network, which is GSM. if you do not know what that is or if you want to use a phone that is not already AT&T locked, you might want to check the red pocket website to ensure compatibility.READ FULL REVIEW