In the retail world you don’t have to be the owner of any gadget to overtake the sale of the same. It wasn’t long back when T-Mobile announced the launch of G2 to be the end of September 2010 it didn’t release any exact launch dates.

We knew that soon we will announce the exact launch dates of the G2 but we never expected Best Buy to get ahead of their supplier this quickly. Best Buy have started taking orders for G2 without any confirmations from T-Mobile.

By adding the T-Mobile G2 with Google to its assortment, Best Buy Mobile furthers its position as the place for consumers to research and purchase the smart phone that is right for their needs. Best Buy Mobile has the most under smart phones under one roof, including the iPhone 4, HTC EVO 4G (Black or White version), the full line of Samsung Galaxy smart phones and the BlackBerry Torch, among others.

Best Buy has already started to take pre-orders for T-Mobile G2 and will launch the T-Mobile G2 in stores from October 6th. G2 will be available in Best Buy stores for $199 under a two year contract. Though T-Mobile might come up with some other pricetag for the G2 yet one can be rest assured that it will be around $199 which is perfect for the Android loaded smartphone. The irony is, users and customers will always go for whoever offers what they want first.

[via Best Buy Mobile]

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2 Responses to Best Buy accepting pre-orders for T-Mobile G2 ahead of T-Mobile’s confirmation

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