Google limits Nexus 4 orders: two units per customer
The launch of the Google Nexus 4 was a bit of a mess, wasn't it? Google's servers were acting up big time, which is why many of the folks who wanted to buy the smartphone had to walk away empty-handed after spending a few hours mashing that F5 button. But now that a new batch of Google Nexus 4 smartphones is on its way to the Play store, those very same people are likely ready to give it another shot. They might even be thinking of buying several units – one for themselves and a few more for friends and family members, so that they don't need to place separate orders.
However, the folks at Phandroid did an experiment – they wanted to find out how many Google Nexus 4 units one could buy. And it turns out that the limit stands at two per customer, meaning that those who miraculously managed to purchase two Nexus 4 smartphones at launch will not be allowed to have another one this week. Those who bought one already from the Google Play store can still buy one more, however. Furthermore, customers who bought two 16GB models already can get two more with 8GB of storage, and vice versa.
So, is anyone going to give it another go and try buying a Google Nexus 4 from the Play store as soon as stock is replenished? Let us know down in the comments!