T-Mobile to Give Out 200-Page Android App Books to Qualified Customers

Starting June 16th, customers purchasing an Android device will be given a 200-page, full color book dedicated to Android apps.   For those of you who wish to pick one up on your own, you can buy one at Barnes & Noble retails stores nationwide for a rumored $20 each.  These books are yet another way T-Mobile is taking the initiative to make sure Android owners get the most out of their handsets.  The Android App Book is said to be for new customers only.  Not to be confused with the book, T-Mobile is also handing out Android App Guides aimed educating customers in great Android applications and games.

Source: PhoneDog

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4 Comments

  1. ranggaw0636
    June 10, 22:56 Reply

    It's kinda nice, just think about it as 20$ discount :D

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