T-Mobile Increases G2x Price Due To Inventory Constraints

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The T-Mobile G2x — getting its Android Gingerbread update this summer — sales were halted because of what initially appeared to be some software problems and bugs but Magenta was quick to react and stated that there were no problems with the smartphone except for the fact that it is extremely popular.

According to the internal carrier screenshot above, T-Mobile is likely to increase the price on the G2x starting today. The reason states is “because inventory constraints” — which might be related to the smartphone’s popularity — but might as well be Magenta having no other option but raising the price for the new shipment which is expected to counter the inventory problems.

The new price for the T-Mobile G2x, as captured above, will be $249.99 with a $50 mail-in rebate on a 2 year contract, from the initial price of $299.99. Just as a reminder, the smartphone was going for $199.99 on a two-year contract from T-Mobile itself.

Source: TmoNews

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