T-Mobile Price Cuts: Christmas In June

Posted: Jun 5 2009, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:46pm CDT , in Mobile Phones


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You know what I hate? Mail in rebates. Mailing them in isn't much of a hassle, but waiting weeks and weeks to get your check is a pain in the ass. We all know why companies do it, everyone who is too lazy to mail in a rebate means more profit for them. That doesn't stop it from being irritating as hell for those of us who are motivated to save money.

Well T-Mobile has heard our cries of annoyance, and they've removed all their mail-in rebates as a result. Now a whole bunch of their hottest phones are more affordable than ever, and you don't even have to go hunting for stamps. Here's an updated price-list;

Blackberry Curve 8900 — $149.99

Blackberry Curve 8320 — $74.99

Blackberry 8820 — $99.99

Sidekick 2008 — $99.99

Sidekick LX 09 — $199.99/249.99 (new customers)

T-Mobile Dash — $49.99

T-Mobile G1 all colors — $149.99

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