Wal-Mart to sell the G1 at a lower price

Wal-Mart to sell the G1 at a lower price
A recent Dow Jones report has stated that Wal-Mart is set to offer the G1 starting today. The price point in question is that of $148.88 for both new customers and upgrades after a 2-year contract. This is $31.11 less than what T-Mobile is asking for it, making Wal-Mart's offer a bargain.

With an initial 550 Wal-Mart stores ready to put the G1 on the shelves in areas covered by T-Mobile's 3G footprint, more locations are planned to be added to the mix as coverage expands. This will be the first high profile phone to be offered through the retail giant.

source: CNN via PhoneNews

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