spread like wildfire
all over the Internet yesterday. As it turns out, the rumor was true...and false. According to a Sprint spokesperson who wrote to Brighthand, the price cut is actually for business accounts with 100 or more lines at Sprint. As usual in this game of life that we play, those who need the discount the least (after all, if you have 100 cell lines, you're probably not going to benefit as much from the price break) are the ones who get it. Everyone else will still have to pay $349.99 after a mail-in rebate and with a 2 year contract for the Sprint version of the phone. That matches T-Mobile's price for its Touch Pro2, and still is $150 ahead of what Big Red is charging. Still on the sidelines is AT&T who is expected to launch their version
of the unit on October 18th as the Tilt2. Any guesses on where the wireless operator prices the phone?
HTC TouchPro2 Specifications
(CDMA) | Review
As a hot selling superstar Windows Mobile device, talk that Sprint was going to match Verizon's $199.99 price tag for the HTC Touch Pro2