It looks like Best Buy is joining the ranks of retailers offering the T-Mobile myTouch 3G aka the HTC Magic. Obviously, T-Mobile is looking to push out a ton of myTouch's and having Best Buy on their side certainly won't hurt their cause.
Reports from TmoNews show that you'll need to put a $50 deposit down in order to reserve your myTouch (it'll go toward the final price) and that for the time being, it looks like Best Buy will only offer the Ice (white) or Merlot option. If you're interested in the Black myTouch, you're better served buying through T-Mobile.
So who's buying their myTouch 3G from Best Buy?
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