T-Mobile's G1 Google Phone coming to rest of Europe

19 Jan 2009 | Google , Smartphone , T-Mobile | 2 comments


t-mobile g1 europeDeutsche Telekom, T-Mobile parent company, today announced that T-Mobile will start selling the G1 smartphone in other countries across Europe in the coming weeks.

The G1, also dubbed as the gPhone, has been available in the United States and Britain since October 2008 and was the first device to launch with Google's new Android operating system.

Some of the features include:

  • 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • MP3 player
  • microSD memory card slot
  • GPS
  • Bluetooth, HSDPA, Wi-Fi

T-Mobile is currently selling the G1 smartphone for $179 with a 2-year subscription in the US and for free with a £40/month subscription in the UK.


by jan on Jan 20, 2009

I'm sure we will get this phone for free as well, just like UK. Let's hope the contracts won't be as expensive.

by Col on Jan 22, 2009

How much do you pay for the iphone contracts? I would expect prices to be somewhat similar...