Jan 14 AT 10:37 PM Taylor Wimberly 7 Comments

T-Mobile lowers pricing on Android phones

TmoNews is reporting that T-Mobile will drop the retail pricing of most of their Android lineup starting tomorrow. The HTC G1 drops $20 in price, the Motorola CLIQ gets $50 cheaper, and the Samsung Behold II gets slashed a whopping $70. This news comes just moments after Google revealed they would lower the price of the Nexus One by $100 for eligible T-Mobile customers.

The new price points should be:

  • Motorola Cliq $149.99 2 year contract. No MIR
  • Samsung Behold 2 $149.99 2 year contract, No MIR
  • T-Mobile G1 $99.99 2 year contract, No MIR
  • MyTouch 3G $149.99 2 year contract, No MIR
  • Fender Limited Edition Mytouch $179.99 2 year contract, no MIR. $449.99 full invoice price

T-Mobile is scheduled to launch the limited edition Fender myTouch 3G on January 20th and the lower prices could hint at another future high-end phone launch. Our sources still seem to think Motorola is a good candidate to launch the next flagship device for T-Mobile retail stores.

Source: TmoNews

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