Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 will be released on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile tomorrow. The device is considered to be a hybrid tablet/smartphone due to its 5.3-inch display. AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint have all priced the Galaxy Note 2 @ $299 with a new 2 year contract while T-Mobile somehow thinks it can justify charging its customers a whopping $369.99 with a new 2 year contract for the same exact device being offered by the other carriers @ $299. T-Mobile's head soared past the clouds and into another galaxy when coming up with this ridiculous price. I guarantee T-Mobile is going to be facing some negative press and potential customers jumping ship to other carriers who are all offering the device for $70 less. It's been a few years since we have seen any smartphones being offered for more than $299 with a new 2 year contract (of course iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 have been offered for $399 due to models with 64GB of internal memory). T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 2 has 16GB of internal memory. T-Mobile needs to get its head out of the galaxy, below the clouds, and then offer fair pricing to its customers.
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