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    How Much???!!

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    Does anyone know how much TMO is going to charge for the 8900? And is there going to be a waiting list or pre-sale like the storm had?

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    I'm not sure but I would bet that it would be around $299 with a 2 year contract extension (or it could be less as I got my 8120 for $235 last year with upgrade), and more without one.


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    That is the same price of the BOLD, and it has 3g! I am thinking 199.99 with a 2 year contract agreement.

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    Nobody really knows of course, but I've heard rumblings of somewhere from $149.99-$199.99. So honestly, probably somewhere in the middle. I would probably say $179.99 on a 2yr.

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    Rogers has it for 179.99 on a 3yr well now 199 for 3yr.
    US pricing is usually matching the rogers 3yr pricing or cheaper but ATT has been more expensive for the Bold so who knows

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    Thats good enough for now. I'm happy with a 200-250 price range.

    Quote Originally Posted by ranxoren View Post
    Rogers has it for 179.99 on a 3yr well now 199 for 3yr.
    US pricing is usually matching the rogers 3yr pricing or cheaper but ATT has been more expensive for the Bold so who knows

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    is it still set for the feb 11th date? if so ill be holding my 179-300 cash in hand headed to the tmo store

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    Quote Originally Posted by labevlol View Post
    is it still set for the feb 11th date? if so ill be holding my 179-300 cash in hand headed to the tmo store
    I think that's still the date. I'm betting that the sticker price will be $200 for upgrade eligible customers. If you're a new Tmob customer it could be different, maybe almost free, if prior BB releases are any example. The brand new Pearl was $200 at Tmobile in 2006 and free for me and my wife (Amazon). The iPhone is $100 cheaper at Walmart for new people. The Bold could be had cheaper than ATT's $300 for new people at 3rd party stores too. The Bold and bigger iPhone are sold to ATT for $500 by RIM/Apple, so they subsidize $200 of it with a contract. I bet the 8900 is less expensive than the Bold for Tmobile. I'm waiting patiently (lol).
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    So, I was pretty much right about the price. It has just been leaked that $199.99 for a two year agreement!

    http://www.blackberrynews.com/2009/0...ricing-leaked/

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    Is there any price for just paying outright for it? I just renewed my conrtact with t-mobile and got a curve 4 months ago. So I will have to pay full price for the phone.

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    From what i have seen on www.blackberrysync.com, the Corporate Customers will pay $499.99 MSRP, for a 2 YR Agreement there's a $300 instant rebate making it $199.99, and for a 1 YR Agreement, there's a $250 instant rebate making it $249.99.

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    those prices sound good to me!
    I have an upgrade available so $200 is perfect!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rwagner304 View Post
    Is there any price for just paying outright for it? I just renewed my conrtact with t-mobile and got a curve 4 months ago. So I will have to pay full price for the phone.
    I feel your pain, I also have to pay retail for it....looking forward to getting the phone, but not paying for it...lol


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    Probably gonna be the 499.99 price since u just upgraded. I hve been holding out on my upgrade 4 just this moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hybrid1976 View Post
    Probably gonna be the 499.99 price since u just upgraded. I hve been holding out on my upgrade 4 just this moment.
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    well, I made a mistake that I'm paying for it now....I had the itch to get a new phone, and when I got it I hated it and it was already pass the 14 days when I decided to return it. I learned my lesson let me tell ya...lol


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