Before you drop a big wad of hard-earned cash on a myTouch 3G Fender Edition, you might want to step back and make sure you really want that exact model of phone. There are some decisions you just can't take back. According to TmoNews, buying a Fender edition myTouch is one of them.
T-Mobile is not offering any returns, not even during the normal buyer's remorse period. No refunds are allowed. You've still got that 1 year warranty, but all the powers of heaven and earth combined aren't going to get T-Mo to take that phone back. Why?
Probably because the myTouch Fender edition is a dressed up version of an old phone. Even with the increased RAM and storage space, it is still woefully behind most mid-range and high-end Androidsmartphones coming out now. T-Mo wants to get rid of their stock as soon as possible, before it becomes too old to move. Either that, or they just like messing with very specific groups of customers.
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