Sep 01 AT 5:09 PM Nick Gray 11 Comments

T-Mobile G2 finally gets a price tag

Anyone ready for a little more news on the T-Mobile G2? We don’t have much, but according to some leaked screen shots, the T-Mobile G2 will be priced at $199.99 with a new two year contract. Those who purchase it off-contract with T-Mobile’s Even More Plus plans will need to save up $499.99. The T-Mobile G2’s price point isn’t unexpected, though it would have been nice if T-Mobile 1UP’d the competition by offering the G2 for $20-30 less than other high-end Android phones. And while we’re pretty confident that pricing on the image will pan out, T-Mobile has been known for changing its mind in the past.

Source: TmoNews

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. Nick joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • http://Website Chancy

    Finally! A worthy upgrade to the G1. Still want more news on it though.

  • http://Website Alex M

    Not to terribly bad price considering it has the physical keyboard. Its one of the good selling points of the G2.
    I know I’m not going to get it since I’m having some patience and waiting for the so called HTC Glacier, Project Emerald or whatever else you want to call it.

  • Noice

    I’ll evaluate the HTC offerings between now and Xmas, by then the G2 will have $99 specials (like the Vibrant), and if it’s the best phone of the lot (and the keyboard isn’t as flimsy as it looks in all the side-view pics) I’ll get it.

  • PatrickHuey

    I’m wanting a video on this bad boy. Its looking like a great T-Mobile phone. Finally.

    • http://Website Scott

      How is this phone great? Every feature looks middle-of-the-pack at best.

  • http://Website M3rc Nate

    Why has no-one / no website, pondered if HSPA+ will cost additional money like 4G does on Sprint? I havent seen it mentioned in any articles anywhere. I would like to know if it will just be a feature you recieve for free, or if it will be $5 more or $10.

    And btw, though it looks good, i deffinitly plan on waiting until Q4 2010 for the HTC Glacier.

    • http://Website Noriega713

      Well from what a T-mobile rep told me is that Hspa+ is no charge extra because it is still 3G…I dont know if its true or not im just telling you what he told me.

    • http://Website Nick

      No blogs have talked about it because there have been no rumors or indications that T-Mobile will be charging anything extra.

      It’s easiy to charge extra for 4G since it’s a newer technology that’s not backwards compatible.

  • http://Website M3rc Nate

    Very good news, glad to hear it. That makes sense, considering they dont have to do anything different (in the sense of getting new towers or creating a whole new signal [like 4G]) Thanks guys.

  • http://Website Bob

    So that means its a £500 800mhz non pure android phone for the uk. Who can afford these things!