If you are a customer in the United States, Streak 7 is here. As of today, we’re selling it to customers in the United States via Dell.com and many T-Mobile stores across the country. If you’ve been interested in the Streak 7, I bet you’ve already seen reviews at sites like Crunchgear, CNET and Wired. Still, I think it’s worth spending a few minutes to give you some perspective after I’ve had a chance to use the device over the last several days.
The Streak 7 is built to take advantage of T-Mobile’s brand new 4G network. As of today, you can walk into many of their stores in the United States, try it out, and walk out with one. New or existing T-Mobile customers can purchase the new Streak 7 for $199 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Without a contract, the price for customers is $449. If you pay the $449 price, you can opt for the Pay-as-you-Go options that start at $25 a month. Customers on Dell.com can buy the Streak 7 for $199 with a 2-year T-Mobile contract or the same $449 price if you’d rather the Pay-as-you-Go route.