Nexus One to come along with a $530 unsubsidized price or $180 on contract?

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Nexus One to come along with a $530 unsubsidized price or $180 on contract?
One of Gizmodo’s tipsters has leaked some really juicy information concerning the Android powered Nexus One. Additionally two screenshots have been taken that clearly displays that Google will be selling it directly for an unlocked and subsidized price of $530. Lessening the blow, you can catch it for $179.99 on contract with T-Mobile on a $79.99 monthly plan that includes 500 minutes, unlimited text, and data. Current T-Mobile customers cannot keep their existing plan and require them to change to the one offered if they want to get it for the $180 price.

Other important worthy items to note is that there is a limit of 5 Nexus One phones per Google account. Finally, Google will automatically charge you $350 if you buy the phone at the subsidized price and cancel your plan before 120 days. All the talk about the Nexus One being a handset built by Google is put to rest – the term of sale states the manufacturer of the handset is HTC; not Google. According to Gizmodo, the information provided by the tipster is pretty accurate – so now you can deliberate on whether or not the Nexus One may be the right phone for you.

HTC Nexus One Preliminary Specifications

source: Gizmodo



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