[UPDATE] It is believed that more information will be coming out later today regarding T-Mobile’s new pricing strategy. Stay tuned as DroidDog continues to look into it.
In preparation of the upcoming holiday season, T-Mobile has adjusted pricing on some of Android’s most popular devices. These price drops will not be just regulated to Black Friday for example but rather look to be here for the long haul. This comes as most wireless carriers are gearing up major promotions and sales in order to entice customers to their network .
According to Brief Mobile, the Magenta carrier will be announcing major price drops for many of its most popular devices as soon as tomorrow. These price drops will impact high-end Android devices like Samsung’s SIII and Galaxy Note II as well as HTC’s One S.
A quick rundown of the devices that will see a price change are:
- Samsung Galaxy Note II: From $369.99 to $249.99
- Samsung Galaxy SII: From $149.99 to $79.99
- Samsung Galaxy SIII: From $279.99 to $129.99
- Samsung Galaxy S Blaze: From $99.99 to $49.99
- HTC One S: From $149.99 to $99
In addition, T-Mobile is currently the exclusive carrier for Google’s newest Nexus handset – the Nexus 4. The Magenta carrier will be charging $199 (after $50 mail-in rebate) on a Classic Plan with a 2-year commitment for the 16GB Nexus 4. At $199, you’re signing a 2-year contract to save $150 off of what Google is charging directly. For some that may not be worth it but it is still a solid deal for such an amazing phone.