HTC HD7 Available For Order From T-Mobile? Almost But Walmart Is Selling It For Cheap!

For those of you who haven’t made up their minds about the HD7 without testing the device, we have some great news, albeit with a caveat. The HD7 is officially listed on the myTmobile.com upgrade page but unfortunately you can’t actually purchase the device just yet. We expect you can do that sometime early next Monday morning but hey, it never hurts to try and sneak it in a few days early. I’ve tried to be an active voice for Windows Phone 7 as so many of you have seemingly written it off prior to actually trying a device which is a total mistake. Nobody is saying it’s better than the iPhone, or that it’s better than Android but if you were a fan on the Windows Mobile of old or just want to take a look at something new, you owe it to yourself to at least give yourself a few minutes with the HD7.

Of course if you are looking for the best deal on the HD7, Walmart is kicking down doors the past 24 hours with some serious pricing!

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  • Sean Buchanan

    so why are all these phones that are coming out on the 3rd or later getting preorders and what now… and the My Touch 4g has only seen the light on Wirefly.com…. Isn’t Best buy, Radio Shack, and other places getting the 4g too?

  • blah

    Right. Where my MyTouch??? I’ve been search and going to every retailer I cant find. I will personally go to three radioshacks tomorrow, a bestbuy, a walmart, target, and the tmobile store just to see who will have them in stock when they go on sale….

    • remixfa

      The retail stores should have quite a stock. I dont know of any inventory problems for the 4g. Concidering they havent been heavily advertised (like most tmobile things) i dont think they will sell out anyways, just be another strong seller like the vibrant and G2.

      As far as WP7, noone should write it off. It is a far cry from the old windows. its more like if Android met iPhone in a bar, got drunk, and had an illigitimate child, they would call it WP7. It tries to do whats good (and bad) about both. It actualy work quite well.

      Im not trading my vibrant though.. :)

  • Sean Buchanan

    Well I called my local Best Buy Mobile here in Tampa, FL. and I was told they were indeed going to have it… just not in stores, then I tried talking to someone higher on the phone and they said they couldn’t talk about it. So I am desperately hoping it indeed launches Nov. 3rd with Best Buy because I want to use my Best Buy credit card.

  • SKLX-09 User

    The mytouch 4g is shown available as an upgrade on tmobile now too.

  • Sean Buchanan

    You can in fact buy it on t-mobiles site right now…

    • blah

      YEAH! Finally, but Ill likely just go to the store… Ill be there first thing Wednesday morning.

  • Sean Buchanan

    I know Best Buy and other retailers are going to offer it for cheaper than what T-mobile will. I went through all the checkout stuff and it came to 296 bucks… way too much for me… rather get it for 200 off of best buy or something.

  • Tristan

    you can also upgrade to get the mytouch 4g now also.

  • http://www.startblue.net startBlue

    Just preordered mine :)

    • molten

      Are you sure? I have been trying but when I hit the submit button,it doesn’t do anything.

      • http://www.startblue.net startBlue

        Yep got email confirmation :) Try using IE (in compatiblity mode). Wouldn’t work in Safari.

    • Eddy Mammi

      Thats weird cause i went to a T-mobile store and asked them if i could pre-order the phone and they said “NO! you swine!” minus the swine part

    • molten

      Thanks for the tip(to use IE in compatibility mode),was able to preorder and just got a email from Tmobile stating that my estimated delivery date is 11/04(hope that is right).

  • Jordan

    Why in the picture of the website is price w/out a contract $499 but in the picture of a retail tag the phone is $600. Conflicting information much?

    • http://www.tmonews.com/2010/11/htc-hd7-available-for-order-from-t-mobile-almost-but-walmart-is-selling-it-for-cheap/ Minh

      Yeah I don’t know why. the cost is very different from 2 pictures

      • hd2roid

        On contract and off contract pricing will vary between retailers, radio shack, best buy, wal mart, retail, etc.

    • Miro

      this stumped me as well
      The $600 off contract is from a 3rd party retailer

      In the Tmobile website I can upgrade to the HD2 for $449.99

      • Miro

        sorry mean the HD7

      • Mark

        Looks like TMo had a problem with HD2/7 too.

        In the Picture above and on the TMOwebsite:

        Learn more about the HTC HD2 smartphone

        LOL!

  • molten

    I think it will be cheaper actually buying from T-mobile if you want to pay full price because it is $449 from their website but Letstalk is charging $549 and the Walmart deal is through Letstalk.

    • OldPro

      Remember the in-store pricing is different from on-line. The WalMart online pricing is LetsTalk, the in-store is purely WalMart. My experience is that if you are qualified for full upgrade, you definitely want to deal in-store, upgrade pricing is usually better than anywhere else, you don’t need to change your contract (other than to meet data requirements, possibly), the downer is that in-store does not stock all phones, and does not usually have all colors of phones they do stock.

  • victor410

    I Don`t get it how Microsoft pretend sell these win 7 smart-phone too expensive

    first at all (windows do not have an Application market like android market and apple

    Microsoft was out of business for long time and now trying sell expensive phone

    i don’t think so they should sell these phone maybe at 99.00 pushing 140.00 so try to recover the loss market.. I wont pay 200 for any phone with no even decent app market..

    • Miro

      MS isn’t selling the devices no more than Google is selling Androids

    • AreYouSerious?

      Have fun being locked into contracts for the rest of your life. NO PHONE IS $200. Its only $200 when you sign your life away into a contract… its the discount you get for signing a contract.
      Every new phone from HTC, Samsung, etc, REGARDLESS OF OS retails for $450 – $800. Even the iPhone’s MSRP is around $400 – $600. Don’t be facetious, it just makes you a troll.

  • Deke218

    Lets see how long WP7 last before MS abandons it. I am a Windows Mobile fan but this new OS is made for kids. The WM model was always aimed at the business user. MS will take a loss on this.

  • Deke218

    …but I’ll give the OS a try as soon as XDA drops the rom for the HD2.

  • patrick

    hmm i dont see the HTC HD7 on the upgrade screen. is anyone seeing it?

  • ANonymous627

    I never saw it and I’ve been checking daily so I could order as soon as it’s available for me. I see the MT4G, bur I already have a Nexus and I don’t want another Android right now. I WANT THE HD7!!!
    …or the Venue Pro