[UPDATED] T-Mobile HTC HD7 Now Available (For EVERYONE)!

Its finally here! T-Mobile’s very first Windows Phone 7 handset, the HTC HD7 is now available. As expected, the HTC HD7 will you run $199.99 after a $50 Mail-in Rebate and $499.99 sans contract. After testing out the handset for myself last night, all I say is, SEXY!  The handset felt very solid in the hand. Stay tuned for our full hands-on! Be sure to let us know in the comments if you picked up the HD7!

UPDATE: Microsoft is also offering the HD7 through their online store for $199.99 (with a 2-year agreement) for both existing and new customers. Additionally, if you purchase from Microsoft’s Online Store, Microsoft will give you a free 3-Month Zune Pass ($44.99 value).  The Free Zune Pass offer is valid for orders placed between 12:01 AM EDT November 8, 2010 and 11:59 PM PDT November 21, 2010.

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  • Alex123

    I just picked one up at walmart for only 148.98 no rebate or anything…….guys and girls dont pay any extra go to walmart they also have the g2 and mt 4g for the same price and the vibrant is 99…. By the way the new windows 7 is totaly different and way better, its awesome

  • coolMANDINGO

    ehh im going to stick with android. does anyone know fit you can change that stupid wallpaper/screen? instead of the tiles into another total different screen/wallpaper like android and the various screens(im forgetting the name of it but yall know what i mean)

  • somewhere in KC

    Why is T-Mobile selling HTC HD 7 phone for the same price as Sprint when Sprint has 4G and T-Mobile has 3G?

  • mattmobile

    First, Sprint does not sell this phone, second, neither Sprint nor T-mobile has 4G, they both, however, have 4G speeds, and T-mobile’s speeds are beeting Sprints (on a more reliable network, I’d add). Also with the backwards compatible network, 3G phones on T-mobile see increased speeds too.