Nexus One Price Drop

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    Nexus One Price Drop

    When I first stumbled upon the headline "Google announces Nexus One Price Drop" I was hoping Google would do something dramatic to really spark sales of the Nexus One. While any price decrease is good for consumers, I don't believe it's enough to have a major impact on improving the lackluster sales figures.

    • For the unlocked Nexus One, the price remains the same at $529
    • For new T-Mobile customers, the price remains the same at $179
    • For existing T-Mobile customers who were eligible for an upgrade, the price has dropped from $379 to $279.

    Customers that had previously paid $379 will be given a refund of $100 from Google.

    {source: http://www.boygeniusreport.com/2010/01/15/google-makes-some-tweaks-to-nexus-one-pricing-offers-some-refunds/}

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    that's dumb. existing tmo customers eligible for a full upgrade should also pay. what would stop the current customers from just ending there account and just starting a new one for the better price

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    should drop the unlocked price to $450 since $529 for an unlocked one carrier specific isn't too appealing in the US

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    Will Drop more...for unlocked

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    Quote Originally Posted by supsandroid View Post
    that's dumb. existing tmo customers eligible for a full upgrade should also pay. what would stop the current customers from just ending there account and just starting a new one for the better price
    losing their number?

    i dont know.. can you port your number to the say company? i dont think you can ...once you close the account you lose the number.. i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by supsandroid View Post
    that's dumb. existing tmo customers eligible for a full upgrade should also pay. what would stop the current customers from just ending there account and just starting a new one for the better price
    losing their number?

    i dont know.. can you port your number to the say company? i dont think you can ...once you close the account you lose the number.. i think
    i wouldnt mind loosing my number to save money

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    Quote Originally Posted by supsandroid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by supsandroid View Post
    that's dumb. existing tmo customers eligible for a full upgrade should also pay. what would stop the current customers from just ending there account and just starting a new one for the better price
    losing their number?

    i dont know.. can you port your number to the say company? i dont think you can ...once you close the account you lose the number.. i think
    i wouldnt mind loosing my number to save money
    I wouldn't mind it either, I was thinking about changing my number anyway.

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    I was eligible for the upgrade and paid $279

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    what rules apply to get this upgrade? the standard 2 year extension??

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    I had been on a month to month plan and it was over a year since my last phone purchase, so I was eligible for a full upgrade , but I had to get into a 2 year contract at $79 a month

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