Google "Nexus One" price,ETFs and Contract Details leak!

The much awaited Google’s “Nexus One” will be launched on Jan 5th 2010 at 9am via online orders only. It works on Android operating system.

Google has leaked more details regarding the price,ETF’s and Contract details of “Nexus One”!!
Reportedly the phone will be primarily carried in the U.S. by T-Mobile, but also be available in unlocked form for use with other G.S.M. carriers — in the U.S. that means AT&T can handle the phone as well.  According to T-Mobile News’ “internal sources” at T-Mobile, the phone will launch on January 5 at 9 a.m. via online orders only
To keep existing T-Mobile plans — such as the Family plans, Flexpay, SmartAccess and KidConnect plans — you must opt for the unlocked phone, reportedly.  Otherwise, you can pick up a specially designed voice+text+web plan for $79.99/month.  That’s just slightly more than the basic iPhone plan with 200 texts ($75/month).
Other notable restrictions reportedly will apply.  You can only purchase five phones per Google account (okay, this isn’t such a big deal, as making new accounts is a breeze).  And more importantly, if you cancel the contract on the T-Mobile-carried phone, you’ll reportedly have to pay the difference between the unsubsidized phone and the discounted phone — $350.  However, there’s a significant catch — you can send your phone back to Google and not pay any phone-specific ETF (though T-Mobile might still hand you an ETF).
Google has invited reporters to “an Android press gathering” on January 5, lending credibility to the hoards of leaked info.  A Google spokeswoman said that the press conference would be held at 10 a.m. and followed by “demonstrations” afterwards.

Information Courtesy:Daily Tech

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