Starting June 5th, T-Mobile is going to drop the price of the T-Mobile G1 to $149.99 with new activation. This is a $30 price drop from the $179.99 price point the G1 launched with. Could this be a sign of clearing out inventory for the next onslaught of Android devices?

And though it's a significant discount from T-Mobile, we still recommend any potential G1 customer to head towards Amazon: they're still offering the T-Mobile G1 for $97.99 with new activation.

[via tmonews]

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Anonymous says:

Its great that the price is dropping for the phone, hopefully (fingers crossed) this means new android devices are coming soon. As a T-Mobile employee I would shy away from the site recommending other places to purchase T-Mobile phones, although the deals are great they tend to not have a warranty. I see this day in and day out customers who are upset because they purchased there device from a 3rd party and it doesn't carry a warranty. I am not saying this is always true, just that it is a possiblity and I would much rather get a new device with a full warranty for $50 more then end up having to pay $400 for a brand new phone if my speaker blows out (not a common occurence just an example). Then again if you get PHP insurance who cares your covered no matter what.

Anonymous says:

Is it no wonder warranties are one of the biggest moneymakers for companies? From Best Buy to car dealerships. It's basically insurance. I'd rather just get a good deal on a phone, and go without warranty, esp it' if it's almost 1/3 or 1/4 of the cost of the whole device. Plus who knows what the fine print is about what is covered and not covered under warranty. As a consumer I say Amazon is a reputable dealer with good prices. Personally I'm waiting for a sleeker android device like the HTC Magic or Samsung i7500 to come to the U.S.

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