The T-Mobile G2 is a great phone that would, no doubt, make a fantastic Christmas gift. But up until now, we haven't been treated to many deals on the device (with the exception of Amazon Wireless' Black Friday sale) - obviously not something holiday shoppers are enthusiastic about. That ends today, however, as T-Mobile itself has just trimmed the G2's price tag by $150, making the final price $49.99 on a new two-year contract. Note that since this is a web exclusive, in-store buyers will still have to cough up $199.99. Nonetheless, if it's shipping you're worried about, fear not, for transportation fees will be nonexistent until December 20th. Oh, the holidays!

Source: T-Mobile via TmoNews, Phandroid

Jaroslav Stekl
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  • Crater

    Lame, doesn't include upgrades. Only new contract.

    • http://www.focuszonedevelopment.com Aaron

      Agreed. Such is T-Mobile's modus operandi though. I love T-Mobile, but sometimes I feel it's unrequited. As much as I don't like the big red VZW, they certainly treat their customers much better with respect to upgrades (how many times have we heard about special EARLY upgrade offers coinciding with a new phone release?)

      If it matters, I pinged their Twitter account which is sometimes talkative: http://twitter.com/homncruse/status/14472517724938240

      No response yet, though.