T-Mobile G2 On Sale for $49.99


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Aside from the general good cheer, jovial music, and blinding lights decorating the buildings around town, the holiday season has one big benefit for all: sales! Even if you aren’t the type to buy gifts for family and friends, there is nothing stopping you from getting yourself something special at a bargain price. For instance, T-Mobile is now offering the T-Moble G2 for a meager $49.99 on a new two-year agreement. Not a bad price for a phone promising TMo’s “4G,” a pop-out QWERTY keyboard, and a clean stock install of Android 2.2. Order be the 20th and they’ll ship it to you overnight for free. Not bad at all.

[via TMoNews]

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  1. Those prices seem exorbitantly high. You can get a desire Z for 30-40 euro/month for free in holland(including web).

  2. @decimae
    okay but how much do you pay for the phone itself? the monthly prcing in the US is probably from 45-70 dollars a month depending on how mamny minutes and ur type of data plan. the 49.99 a month is just a one time fee.

  3. What incentives are given to customers? I mean really?

  4. @Aztec I was talking free in the way of 0 euros.

    Occasionally, it’s cheaper to buy a phone including contract(like 20 euros/month 2 years vs 500 euros) then without contract.

  5. Does anyone know if they ever got the hinge issue resolved?

  6. No one has room to complain about a great sale price, the G2 rocks. Mine has exceeded every expectation I had for it, and I was coming from a N1. Best phone I’ve ever purchased, and don’t see a need anytime soon to replace it.

  7. note: g2 does not have a “clean stock install” of 2.2. It is a dirty htc version of 2.2 made to imitate the look and feel of stock, but still has a number of restrictions and closed source htc code. luckily its rootable, runs cm 6.1 stable, and boasts the highest quadrant scores of any phone on the market in the USA.

  8. What hinge problem? Mine works fine.

  9. @Decimae who cares about what you get it for in Holland? I live in the U.S no one will be flying to Holland just to by a phone or service so what’s your point?

  10. Yeah I got my hands on one and I didn’t see a hinge problem at all.

  11. @bigsg

    I can get 3000 on quadrant on my evo….which means absolutely nothing BTW .

  12. Bell in canada has the Desire z on sale for $49.99 – practically the same phone, but its a 3 year contract instead.

  13. I tried one and didn’t notice anything wrong with the hinge.

  14. I bought my Desire Z for 150$ with a one year contract (40$ a month /1year) in Holland.

  15. And, of course, jack for existing T-Mo customers. I need to jump ship to another carrier just to get a good deal on a phone. I wonder what kind of deal Sprint will send my way for the Epic instead?

  16. i just checked and the deal has been removed. what gives?

  17. bought my g2 off cl, didnt qualify for the upgrade, im due in 5 months, if nothing comes out by then, i think i would just get a newer g2. hahaha. its fast as hell.

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