The Nexus One: $530 Unsubsidized, $180 With T-Mobile Plan

Posted: Dec 30 2009, 10:04am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:00am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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The first Nexus One rumors we heard were mythic, almost fantastical descriptions of a wonder-phone that was capable of handling any task and primed to shatter the standard tropes of the industry. One of the more outlandish (and widely believed) rumors was that the Nexus One would be subsidized by Google. That rumor has now been disproved, thanks to these screenshots sent into Gizmodo of the Nexus One sales page. We now know that the Nexus One will cost a hefty $530 unsubsidized, straight from Google's website. If you want to get the phone for a reasonable price you'll have to buy it on contract with T-Mobile, at least here in the states. The only available rate plan for the Nexus One will be the Even More+Text+Web plan for $79.99. Those on Family plans, Flexplay, SmartAccess and KidConnect plans must buy the phone unlocked.No more than five Nexus One phones will be allowed per Google account, and shipping outside of the U.S. will be possible. Customers who cancel the plan before 120 days will have to pay the difference between what they paid for the phone, and the unsubsidized price. Tmo News

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