T-Mobile to Slash Prices on Android Handsets
More great news for you potential T-Mobile customers and those of you eligible for full upgrades.Â Starting tomorrow, T-Mobile is slated to slash prices on many of their handsets, including most of the Android-based phones.Â Thanks to another TmoNews tipster, we’ve learned the new prices should be as follows:
- Motorola Cliq $149.99 2 year contract. No mail-in-rebates
- Samsung Behold 2 $149.99 2 year contract. No mail-in-rebates
- T-Mobile G1 $99.99 2 year contract. No mail-in-rebates
- Fender Limited Edition Mytouch $179.99 2 year contract. No mail-in-rebates.
The “regular” myTouch 3G isn’t mentioned so we’ll assume it will stay at the current price point of $149.99 with a 2 year agreement.Â If you listen to our podcasts, you’ll know we like to poke a little fun at the Behold II for its high cost.Â Perhaps dropping down to $150 will help move a few units.Â Nice work T-Mobile – Keep it coming!
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