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    Nexus One Upgrade Price Change

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    Effective today, T-Mobile customers who purchased the Nexus One at the price of $379 will be refunded $100 dollars, or the difference between the $379 and $279 pricing. Refund eligible customers, or those who purchased the phone prior to today can expect to receive the refund within 14 business days. Those eligible to receive the refund will start being notified of this change starting tomorrow. It may not affect a large swath of buyers, but it’s a step in the right direction to better customer service for Google and we applaud this move.

    Good news Stackers.

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    That's interesting. Now if they will let existing TMO customers get the subsidized price, they might get back on the right track.

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    Existing customers and those with family plans. Then we'd be talking.
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    Family plans indeed!!!!

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    Maybe this petition is working? http://www.petitiononline.com/mod_pe...cgi?nexusone&1

    I read some of the comments on the petition and TMO has a real problem on their hands. Loyal (Existing and Family plan) customers want to leave TMO because they feel they are being treated unfairly. Unfortunately it is Google that they need to be complaining to.

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    wow that is pretty cool....so how much is the device if you just signed over to the new plans and paid to get out of contract..(single line) get more 600+

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    ETF is $200 I believe, but there's likely a stipulation that you can't have been a customer for x amount of days. Haven't read the contract fully, but I've seen stipulations like that before.
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    Here is Googles terms of agreement http://podcasts.aolcdn.com/engadget/...ms_of_Sale.pdf

    Here is TMO's terms of agreement http://www.t-mobile.com/Templates/Po...004&print=true

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxmatts View Post
    If you read google's terms there example of what it would cost you is wrong if what they are saying is true. I just thought that was funny if you are going to be that hard up on coming out with a device recovery charge you may want to double check what you type and do the math.

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