HTC HD2 does another disappearing act on T-Mobile's web site

HTC HD2 does another disappearing act on T-Mobile's web site
Weeks after it was initially released, T-Mobile is still having issues keeping the HTC HD2 from becoming missing in action on their web site. It's quite surprising to see how well this Windows Mobile handset is doing following all the news surrounding Microsoft's next generation platform and how its future Android cousin will make an appearance this summer over on Sprint. The HTC HD2 was once again seen as being “temporarily out of stock” on their web site – so potential buyers will have to traverse some carrier stores to see if any are available. If not, there are still a handful on online resellers such as Amazon, WireFly, and LetsTalk that have the unit available with an even more tempting price point over what T-Mobile is advertising. T-Mobile and HTC better collaborate quickly to still take advantage of the strong demand for the device before it begins to sour with other handsets looming on the horizon.

HTC HD2 Specifications | Review (EU)

source: T-Mobile via WMPoweruser



2. herbiederb

Posts: 275; Member since: Jan 28, 2010

They should rename HD2 to HTC SOLD!. Only problem is once the EVO is out, theyll have a naming conflict.

3. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

It is as simple as to name the EVO has HTC SOLD 2~ ROFL

1. wade1968

Posts: 224; Member since: Apr 12, 2010

you would think at 99 dollars for this beast of a phone wirefly and lets talk would be out of stock all the time. where i live t-mobile's website says service only outdoors? so this beast on t-mobile is not for me those who have great service on t-mobile and have this phone i see you enjoying it very much. very cool phone i have wanted one since i saw the unlocked version in europe :(

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