The white Galaxy S II has been available for quite sometime via T-Mobile’s site, but unfortunately these pale devices were sold exclusively online only. Well, today, TMoNews caught wind that brick and mortar stores had begun receiving shipments of the white GSII, and that they will officially go on sale tomorrow. So, if for some reason you like to do your shopping the old fashioned way, you cruise into your local T-Mobile store and pick up the white Hercules for $230 with a 2-year agreement, upgrade and/or new line.
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