T-Mobile family plan Nexus One?

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    T-Mobile family plan Nexus One?

    So I just found out you can only get the Nexus One only if your on an individual plan. Is this true? Because i wanted to get the phone but be on a family plan(its ways cheaper in the long run).

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    no,, i got 2 nexus one phones on a family plan.

    the only family plans are like this...

    for 2 phones, unlimited talk + unlimited web + 750 shared anytime min = $109.00
    for 2 phones, unlimited talk + unlimited web + 1500 shared anytime min = $119.00
    for 2 phones, unlimited talk + unlimited web + unlimited shared anytime min = $139.00
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    I am using my nexus one on a family plan, I already had the plan and had to buy an unlocked for $578., sadly.

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    Well i know you can do it on an unlocked phone or if you buy it at full price i want to know if you can upgrade it with 2 year contract but onto a family plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Androidfan74 View Post
    i want to know if you can upgrade it with 2 year contract but onto a family plan.
    Why would you wan to have a contract?
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    because it ends up being cheaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Androidfan74 View Post
    because it ends up being cheaper
    It's cheaper in the long run if you buy it unsubsidized without the contract.

    You save $482 over the life of a two year plan

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    I think he meant buy it unsubsidised, then get on a 2 year contract family plan.

    I actually think there is no unsubsidised, contracted plan on TMobile. It's just either the "buy this phone with the plan for 2 years and you pay more" or the "Bring your own phone and pay us this much a month".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuse View Post
    I think he meant buy it unsubsidised, then get on a 2 year contract family plan.

    I actually think there is no unsubsidised, contracted plan on TMobile. It's just either the "buy this phone with the plan for 2 years and you pay more" or the "Bring your own phone and pay us this much a month".
    You can either go with a contract and get credits for subsidised phone, or go with the cheaper contract free plans and pay more for your phones.

    We bought a Cliq a while back and then went with the unlimited talk + unlimited web + 750 shared anytime min for $109.00. The trick is the payments for the phone are spread over 20 months...almost like a 2 year contract.

    The good part is I pay about $55 a month for almost unlimited everything. Because most people we know are on T-Mobile we have never gone over 400 minutes a month (and we get 750). I know several Verizon customers who pay $100+ a month, so I'll gladly pay $500 for a phone now and save $45 a month.

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