The T-Mobile G2X hasn’t had the most issue-free existence, that’s for sure. The Android-powered smartphone which is T-Mobile’s version of the LG Optimus 2X was launched during CTIA, then pulled by T-Mobile because of some freezes and reboots that it was seeing alongside its internationally-launched sibling, the Optimus 2X. But now it’s back in stock, and it’s even been updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread (the update has become available earlier today, as we reported).
The good news, therefore, is that the software issues seem to be behind the G2X. Also, to celebrate the phone’s reappearance in its portfolio, T-Mobile has decided to cut its price all the way down to $0. That’s right, the T-Mobile G2X can now be had for absolutely zilch from T-Mobile directly (the offer is Web-only) up until July 28 (that’s this Thursday). That’s $199.99 less than what the G2X normally goes for over at TMo.
So if you’ve always wanted a dual-core smartphone but kept putting off buying one since they’re all quite expensive, now’s your chance. That is if you don’t mind having T-Mobile as your carrier. A new two-year contract must naturally be signed for this offer to be valid.
This is one of the best deals we’ve seen come direct from a carrier lately. It’s really not often that you can get a high-end smartphone for free, so perhaps you may want to take advantage of this one by going to T-Mobile and ordering a G2X.
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