Nexus One pricing leaked! $530 without contract. $180 with 2-year T-Mo deal.

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by Mike
Posted December 29th, 2009 at 9:18 pm

In the market for a new smartphone — an Android smartphone in particular lacking any physical keyboard? If so, the Nexus One has no doubt been on your radar. “THE” Google/Android phone to have. We’ve seen the specs over and over as well as blurry video after blurry video with a few clear ones here and there meticulously detailing the hardware and Android 2.1. Awesome. We already know about all of that. The biggest question, the question of price, has so far been elusive — until now.

In a rush? $180/2-year Tmo plan and $530/unsubsidized.

For those with a few minutes to spare…

Subsidized

  • $180: 2-year T-Mo plan required. Specifically the $39.99 Even More + Text + Web plan which comes in at $79.99 when everything is said and done.
  • **It’s interesting to note that you must use the plan highlighted above. You cannot receive the Nexus One subsidized and keep any current single line plan. You’ll have to stomach a new plan to get that shiny new phone.
  • **Also important, users on Family plans, Flexpay, SmartAccess and KidConnect plans are completely SOL — as in you aren’t eligible for subsidized pricing no matter what you do.
  • If you break contract before 120 days pass, you’ll either have to pay the remainder of the subsidy (roughly $350) or return the phone to Google. Think about it folks.

Unsubsidized

  • $530: Looking to go it alone? Unsubsidized price will be a couple bucks higher…obviously

Other Stuff

  • Up to 5 Nexus Ones can be purchased per Google account

So what do you think? With the all the info we already know and this almost certain pricing information now available, does Google even need to hold a press event on the 5th? And if you’re one of many that are sure to be readying their forms of payment, which option are you going with: A 2-year (or at least 121 day) love fest on T-Mobile or a single, dry shaving, unsubsidized approach?

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