T-Mobile Announces The ZTE Concord, Their Most Affordable No-Contract Android Smartphone

T-Mobile just announced the availability of the T-Mobile Concord, their most affordable no annual contract Android smartphone option. The Concord is perfect for customers interested in moving up into the smartphone world, with a price of just $99.99 on any qualifying Monthly4G plan. The T-Mobile Concord can also be paired with any Walmart Family Mobile plan with no annual contract for just $99.98.


Full Press Release:

T-Mobile Expands Its No Annual Contract Android Lineup with the T-Mobile Concord

T-Mobile to offer its most affordable no annual contract Android smartphone for under $100

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Aug. 23, 2012 — T-Mobile USA, Inc., today announced the availability of the T-Mobile® Concord, T-Mobile’s most affordable no annual contract Android option for those stepping up to their first smartphone. The Concord will be available to T-Mobile customers through a variety of no annual contract plans, including via T-Mobile Monthly4G and Walmart Family Mobile.

Manufactured by ZTE, the T-Mobile Concord is equipped with the necessary features to keep customers connected with friends and family. The 3G smartphone is powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread and is ideal for basic Web surfing, searching for a location via Google Maps or accessing favorite social networking sites. Coming in a sleek, midnight blue color finish, the new smartphone features a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen display and is equipped with a 2-megapixel camera, making it easy to capture and share memories.

Paired with one of T-Mobile’s single-line, Monthly4G no annual contract plans, customers have access to unlimited talk, text and worry-free data that doesn’t have a hard cap or result in overage fees, as well as access to T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G network. The T-Mobile Concord can also be paired with Walmart’s Family Mobile service, a monthly, no-annual-contract wireless plan option for individuals or families, also powered by T-Mobile’s nationwide network.

The T-Mobile Concord is expected to be available at Target starting Aug. 26  for $99.99 with a qualifying Monthly4G plan. The T-Mobile Concord is also currently available at Walmart for $99.98 paired with a Walmart Family Mobile no annual contract plan.

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  • Ed Lara

    I want one, T-Mobile take my money!!! Is it only in blue?

    • fixxmyhead

      futurama fry: not sure if……

  • Jaki

    More and more like MetroPCS…

  • Tmo_employee

    great another crappy phone why not something comparable to the galaxy s2 sprint i going to be selling for 379 


      As said in the article this is the “most affordable smart phone” I don’t think they could claim that at $379.00. I am sure they will have a phone at that price point as well. 
      The Prepaid segment of T-Mobile’s business is steadily growing and often times those customers do not have much free/extra cash laying around so this is a way to lure those who would generally purchase a “dumb” phone with limited data capabilities to step up and purchase something that will be able to use some data they can be charged for. 

  • kod


  • Alda

    my dream come true

  • Deadeye37

    The same screen size as an iPhone!  YES!

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    • ?@®!? G@®CI@ ™

      HAHA LOL!

  • cielomoreno127

    Monthly 4G on a 3G phone???

    • Aqxea2500

      Tmobiles 4g network is actually really fast 3g, so they call it 4g

      • Johntaajacobs

        Thats correct

      • fsured

         I hope they are marketing it properly so people understand they are not going to get “4g” speeds with that phone.  Could open up a field day for lawyers wanting money. 

  • galaxydude

    AAnother cheap worthless Huawei device

    • JBrowne1012

      Its a ZTE phone not a huawei…. 2 different companies..

  • why not………….just lower the price on something already out…then BOOM. Save some cost and SPACE

  • I don’t think it’s the absolute cheapest one.  The T-Mobile Prism is also $99.99 at our T-Mobile store when you activate a Monthly 4G plan.  It’s also our overall best-selling device lol.

  • GBjLU

    I tested this phone for two months with bug fixes, operating system changes, another device after the first one and to be honest it wasn’t bad for a one hundred dollar phone. In the phone world, you pay for what you get. It was called a Pascal when I was testing it.

  • ?@®!? G@®CI@ ™

    Eh Since Its Affordable I Dont Mind Buying This Phone For My Mom.