Well, TmoNews says the handsets could be prices as following: the HTC HD2 will be $199.99 with a contract agreement for two years, or $449.99 free of contract; the Motorola Cliq XT will cost $129.99 on contract, or $329.99 without any agreement; the Nokia Nuron will be cheaper – $69.99 with contract, or $179.99 without.
The on contract prices involve some rebates, although it looks like if you buy the HTC HD2 or the Motorola Cliq XT with a data plan there will be no rebates required.
Reportedly, T-Mobile USA will launch all three new handsets this month.
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