Nexus One Price Tag?

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    I would be shocked if this phone was over $400 "unlocked".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    I would be shocked if this phone was over $400 "unlocked".
    That's pretty much as high as I'm willing to go.
    I was about to pay a little under $400 for an iPhone 3G :P.

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    199$ to 299$ for being invited and >299$ if you buy it without an Invite
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    This is what I use on my Nexus One (ROM, Kernel, special Apps)

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    This is what I read.
    Here’s the price: $199 unlocked in stores. $100 rebate online if you have an active and old Google account. That $100 rebate is either to buy it $99 online from Google’s online phone store, for using on Marketplace or for using on any Google Checkout stores. Can also be used for T-Mobile or AT&T pre-paid Data SIM card service at $29 per month, no contracts required.
    Current Phone: Unlocked iPhone

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherwinski View Post
    This is what I read.
    Here’s the price: $199 unlocked in stores. $100 rebate online if you have an active and old Google account. That $100 rebate is either to buy it $99 online from Google’s online phone store, for using on Marketplace or for using on any Google Checkout stores. Can also be used for T-Mobile or AT&T pre-paid Data SIM card service at $29 per month, no contracts required.
    where did you read this?

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    Probably there
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    This is good stuff really. It it holds true. Then adding a sim card and using gvoice it's unlimited

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    Quote Originally Posted by bacca View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cherwinski View Post
    This is what I read.
    Here’s the price: $199 unlocked in stores. $100 rebate online if you have an active and old Google account. That $100 rebate is either to buy it $99 online from Google’s online phone store, for using on Marketplace or for using on any Google Checkout stores. Can also be used for T-Mobile or AT&T pre-paid Data SIM card service at $29 per month, no contracts required.
    where did you read this?
    Bacca,

    Here is the link to what was stated above:

    Reuters: Nexus One Available Directly Through Google Website January 5 | AndroidGuys

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAceOfHearts View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    I would be shocked if this phone was over $400 "unlocked".
    That's pretty much as high as I'm willing to go.
    I was about to pay a little under $400 for an iPhone 3G :P.
    when iPhone 16G first came out, I paid $500 for no-contract, not even unlocked. I think my limit would be $500

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    I'm hoping no more than $300 and more likely less with rebates.

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