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T-Mobile's Galaxy Note II Costs $369

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Oct 24, 2012, 6:53 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Oct 24, 2012, 8:25 AM

Updated: revised text after official press release was issued.

T-Mobile USA today made the Samsung Galaxy Note II available for sale via its web site. The Note II, which features a 5.5-inch display, quad-core processor, and 8-megapixel camera, is available at two separate price points. Customers looking for a traditional two-year contract will need to pay $369.99 after a mail-in rebate for the Note II. Alternately, customers wishing to subscribe to one of T-Mobile's Value Plans can make a $249.99 downpayment on the Note II, followed by 20 monthly payments of $20 on their bill via T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan (EIP).

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Oct 24, 2012, 7:47 AM


I mean really T-Mobile, after all you are not the best carrier of them all and on top of that you are going to sell this phone with the most expensive price??? Come on really??? And $369.00 after the mail in rebate. Wow just wow.
Their plans are less expensive, so they don't offer the same subsidy as the other carriers.
Really, you sound suprised that T-Mobile has the most expensive version, Besides its if you take the Value plan which ends up being cheaper the discounted price doesnt apply
It's one of the most feature-packed, high-end phones on the market. Its true cost on the open market (unlocked) is $700. It's not a cheap phone. It's not aimed at the price-conscious.
Troll much?

Oct 24, 2012, 12:38 PM

First ?

Complain about the price if you want , but right now can you get a GNII on another US carrier ? If you go to a T-Mobile forum the complaints are for selection ( premium handsets ) and expanded coverage. As far as price , would you complainers switch to T-Mobile if the price was lower ?
Ok, first of all I worked there. Second coverage is really based on where you live. Third it sucks for customers in the USA here in PR price plans are lower and coverage is getting better. Not where it should be but getting better. I learned while wor...
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