Want to know more about the T-Mobile myTouch 3G and can't wait for today's media event? Well, Tmonews got a heck of a grab: pricing, launch info, and target release dates for the myTouch 3G. And though it's great to finally get the details on the myTouch 3G (a device that should have been released months ago), not all news is good news.
For one, the T-Mobile myTouch 3G is going to go on sale for $199.99 with new two year contracts, an acceptable amount...last year. With the iPhone 3G being available for $99, T-Mobile should have realized that the new mark has been set and matched their pricing. And honestly speaking, the myTouch 3G aka the HTC Magic is hardly a 'new' handset that'll justify the "premium" pricing. Wouldn't it make sense to draw more customers at the $99 price point especially when there's not significantly better than the current G1? The HTC Hero at $199 makes sense but the myTouch 3G? Even Rogers has the HTC Magic for $99!
What's going on T-Mobile? Guess we'll find out for sure today.
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