T-Mobile sells 17,250 myTouch 3G Fender Edition units since launch

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T-Mobile sells 17,250 myTouch 3G Fender Edition units since launch
It's no ordinary music centric update to an already existing model, but the T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition as been gobbled up by consumers apparently. Aside from the  noticeable design  change, T-Mobile was able to sell 17,250 units since it was made available three weeks ago. Eric Clapton may have some kind of indirect impact on those figures, but T-Mobile is planning on ordering a second round of units in order to meet up with the demand – meaning that they are going to have them in-stock for some time around April. Not every T-Mobile store may get shipments of the Android smartphone – in fact, they're going to play it safe and targeting specific stores that have individuals wait for the handset. Nonetheless, it's still categorized as a “limited edition” handset – so stock levels are not guaranteed. If you happen to miss out on the second round of shipments, you may have to look at some other alternatives in obtaining a handset for yourself.

T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Edition | Hands-on

source: TmoNews

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3 Comments

1. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

its rediculous that they launched a national campaign for the device and then didnt have at least 50k or more of the thing. people have been asking left and right about it.

2. phonedemocracy

Posts: 98; Member since: Sep 30, 2009

That's why its called a "limited" edition.

3. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

id say 50k is pretty darn limited when you have 30million+ customers. That was a pretty dumb business decision to launch a multimillion dollar add campaign to have so few phones. Way to piss people off.

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