T-mobile 8900 Pricing And Launch Date for Biz Customers!

By Bla1ze on 15 Jan 2009 05:02 am EST
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T-Mobile Curve 8900

The T-Mobile 8900 saga continues as the day of February 11th may seem miles away for those who have waited this long for the device to show up. Now we have heard on many occasions that business customers are going to get an early launch of this device on January 19th. But what we have not heard is any sort of indication on pricing for said business customers, untill now that is.

  • Corporate Customers: $499.99 MSRP
  • 2 YR Agreement: $300 instant rebate, $199.99
  • 1 YR Agreement: $250 instant rebate, $249.99

The above is the reported pricing business customers can expect to see if the launch of Jaunary 19th holds true and we have no reason to believe it won't be happening. Now if we could just get confirmation on the "consumer" pricing we'd be all set, but typically that is the same as business account pricing minus the 1 year agreement option. Question remains. How many T-Mobile business subscribers do we have out there that are surely grabbing this great device?

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Topics: News & Rumors

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T-mobile 8900 Pricing And Launch Date for Biz Customers!

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Me!!! Oh yeah, T-Mobile does still offer 1yr contract pricing, just doesn't advertise it on their website.

ARE WE SURE THAT PRICING IS CORRECT? 300 DOLLARS FOR 2 YEARS AND 250 DOLLARS FOR 1 YEAR?!?!?! IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THE TWO YEAR AGREEMENT PRICING IS BACKWARDS?!?!?!

the price youre looking at is not the price of the phone, its the amount of the rebate. keep reading, the price for 2 yrs is $200 and the price for 1 yr is $250

listen up guys this has been working just fine for me in prices, actually it was my friend who game me the information...call this number 18664648662 and tell them that you are calling for the windows mobile promotion, then you have to ask them for the price of the new blackberry 8900...but make sure to wait until 02/11/09 in order to do it.....they for sure will give you a better price than the regular one advertised in the website and tmobile stores, no activation fee, 2yr contract, new lines only .... let me know how it goes.