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    Google Lowers Early Termination Fees (ETF)

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    MobileCrunch alerted readers this morning that Google has changed their ETF agreement. The penalty fee has been lowered to $150.
    If you cancel you will end up paying exactly what you would have if you purchased the device unlocked and contract free.
    I think this is interesting because it may pull people away from a TMo 2 year contract. If you have a choice to purchase the phone with or without a contract knowing the penalty fees are the same, what would you choose?

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    I would choose the full price/no contract every time. I have mostly anyway with another carrier.
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    Shrewd move, but personally, I'd do same as JB.

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