SPOTLIGHT: Best Buy's mobile plan is working

Best Buy's decision last year to offer more mobile phones and services across various wireless carriers in the U.S. is paying dividends, according to its partner Carphone Warehouse. During last year's Thanksgiving holiday, sales were up almost 2.5 times from the year ago period, to some 250 phones per store. During the Christmas week it sold close to 350 phones per store. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

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