Google Confirms New Nexus One Pricing
Google has made some changes to the pricing structures for the Nexus One. A Google spokesperson told Phone Scoop in an email, "Previously there were two price points for those fully eligible for T-Mobile upgrades. Those without data plans were paying $279 for the Nexus One, and those with data plans were being charged $379. We worked with T-Mobile and are now able to offer the higher upgrade discount to all existing fully eligible T-Mobile subscribers. This price is now $279. Refunds will be granted to all eligible subscribers who previously purchased the Nexus One at $379. This doesn't affect any eligible customers who bought the phone for $279." The Nexus One remains $529 for those who choose to buy it with no contract, and $179 for new T-Mobile customers.
Nexus 6 Vanishes from Play Store, While Nexus 5X Enjoys a Price Cut
Google is no longer selling the Motorola-made Nexus 6 handset via the Google Play Store. The company is now selling only the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P smartphones, though the Nexus 6 remains available from other retailers, including Amazon.com.
LG's Nexus 5X More Widely Available Today
LG today said the Nexus 5X smartphone is now available for sale in the U.S, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, India, Korea, and Japan. Google has been accepting pre-orders of the 5X for several weeks, but today marks its launch with U.S.
Nexus 5X from LG Rounds Out Google's Smartphone Offering
Google today announced the Nexus 5X, a less-costly alternative to the Nexus 6P. Where the 6P is made by Huawei, the 5X is made by LG.
Google Drops Project Fi Invites, Drops Nexus 5X Price
Google today nixed the invite system it used for Project Fi and opened the MVNO service up to everyone. Project Fi relies on WiFi and cellular access from Sprint and T-Mobile to provide coverage around the U.S.
Google Offering Cash for Nexus 6 Bug Hunters
Google has launched a new bug bounty program hoping to stamp out problems in the Android code on the Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet. Eligible bugs include those in AOSP code, OEM code (libraries and drivers), the kernel, and the TrustZone OS and modules.
This is too confusing...
It think it would be worth paying the $500+ to get this unlocked just to avoid this nonsense.
Without a doubt. If you want the N1, in my opinion, just bit the bullet, the termination fee's between TM...