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#1 OFFLINE   MyDroidWorld

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Posted 13 January 2010 - 09:04 PM

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So you got yourself a Nexus One on T-Mobile and you decide that you dont want it anymore for whatever reason. Well, get ready because the money your going to spend may shock you. After 14 days (30 days in California) you will be liable to T-Mobile for an ETF of $200.00 You say ok I can live with that, theres more. Google can charge you what they are calling a device recovery fee of $350.00, now your thinking whoa, thats a load of cash. It doesnt stop there because now you also have to add in the original $179 you payed for the subsidized device. Now when all is said and done you have just purchased your Nexus One for a whopping $729.00!!!! So, make sure you think twice about buying the Nexus One on contract becuase it may just be more cost effective to purchase an unlocked, unsubsidized one instead for $559.00. Just some food for thought ....




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#2 OFFLINE   olta777

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Posted 13 January 2010 - 10:30 PM

I guess Google is trying to earn some cash thru an alternative route. :D

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Posted 13 January 2010 - 11:51 PM

Good thing I got the unlocked one :smash:





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