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T-Mobile hikes prices of its handsets

updated 01:05 pm EST, Thu February 24, 2011

T-Mobile bumps up pricing for range of handsets

T-Mobile has bumped up the prices of many of its handsets as of yesterday, TMoNews reported on Wednesday. Following just after the launch of the Galaxy S 4G, the company has that bumped the myTouch 4G in price, along with the T-Mobile G2, to $250 on contract.

The myTouch Slide now starts at $150, though a $50 mail-in rebate will reduce this to $100. The Samsung Smiley, Gravity 3 and Gravity T feature phones have likewise been adjusted, though to a lesser degree and the Smiley has no cost after all the rebates, including a mail-in.






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