T-Mobile Won't Alter G1 Price Plans For Early Adopters

Posted: Dec 4 2008, 7:51am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:06pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Pocket-lint reports that it was told recently by T-Mobile that it would alter price plans for early G1 buyers who had to opt for the 50 pound monthly rate plan to get the G1 free. This announcement came after early adopters were angered to find that T-Mobile was offering the G1 free on 30 pound monthly plans.

A spokesperson told pocket-lint that those early adopters should call T-mobile and that the customer service folks would reduce their 40 pound plans down to the new 30 pound plans.

Readers are reporting that T-Mobile will not honor the spokespersons promise of reducing the monthly rate to match what new customers can get. Apple did something similar when it reduced the price of the iPhone significantly shortly after launch with the first generation device.

Via Pocket-lint

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