Pricing for T-Mobile's Touch Pro2 is revealed?

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Pricing for T-Mobile's Touch Pro2 is revealed?
This article has been updated on August 05, 2009.

If you are a cellphone power user, or just an ordinary Joe who likes to have oodles of features at his fingertips, you probably have August 12th circled on your calender. That is the date when the HTC Touch Pro2 will make its U.S. debut at T-Mobile. We have already reported the launch date  to you and now we have some idea on the pricing. Tmo News has heard from a tipster they call "very trusty" and he reports that the carrier will offer the handset for $299.99*Update*: it now seems that the two-year contract price will be set at $349.99.

If you're waiting around for one of the other carrier's to offer their version of the Touch Pro2, Verizon's model is apparently already in its inventory system which means that it shouldn't be too much longer for Big Red's offering, and Sprint is expected to launch on September 3rd as we told you last week. So far, there is very little information on AT&T's model of the handset, known as the HTC Fortress.

HTC Touch Pro2 Preliminary Specifications | Review (European Version)

source: TMONews



1. Sethdras

Posts: 61; Member since: Jul 22, 2009

come on verizon! release it now!!

2. vnewton09

Posts: 20; Member since: Jul 09, 2009

I would love 4 verizon 2 release it now but if T-Mobile is offering it @ $349.99 there is no telling what number verizon will think of! The Touch Pro is still hella expensive!!!

3. brikz4real

Posts: 173; Member since: Dec 24, 2008 you KNOW this gonna cost an arm, leg, spleen, liver, foot ... when it comes to Verizon Wireless. Dammit....why HTC charge so much for their high end devices? I will probably get it anyways but man, I wish they charged the same price that Moto and Samsung charge for WinMo high end devices.

5. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

high end device.....high end price

4. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

and t-mo is first. not vz nice.

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