Looks like WalMart can’t get enough of telecom. The latest word/rumor is the G1, Google’s mobile phone, which is currently exclusive to T-Mobile’s network, will be sold at WalMart stores across the country. Rumor has it that WalMart will sell the device at a discount over comparable pricing at T-Mobile stores. All of this rumor is courtesy of Engadget Mobile, who cites an anonymous source. Engadget reports the G1 will be sold, beginning in November, for $148.88 on a two-year contract, which is about $31 less than retail pricing found at T-Mobile.
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