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Reports: Google preps launch of 'Nexus One' phone

12/30/2009 04:00 PM EST
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WirelessBill
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re: Reports: Google preps launch of 'Nexus One' phone
WirelessBill   12/30/2009 8:15:52 PM
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$529? Snore...

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WirelessBill   12/30/2009 8:18:24 PM
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You can bet price will be lower if you "opt in" to some google-ads. Blech. :-( They will end up subsidizing these just like game machines. As for shopping for data service, how about something simple like $5/hour?

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kprojects   12/30/2009 8:56:56 PM
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This is going to be a great phone.. better than droid - how will tmobile handle it though? I'm also betting that google will have various prices depending on 'something'.. Http://www.NexusOneForums.org

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