Google Nexus One pricing: $180 with contract, $530 without

Google’s Nexus One Android smartphone (which will most probably be unveiled on January 5), is apparently going to be cheaper than the iPhone 3GS.

According to Gizmodo, there are two ways to buy the handset: either unsubsidized, for $529.99, or with a 2-yr T-Mobile contract agreement, for $179.99. In both cases, you’ll have to buy the Nexus One directly from Google via google.com/phone (the webpage shows nothing at the moment).

The T-Mobile contract requires a rate plan of $79.99 per month. If you want to cancel your contract within 120 days, you’ll have to pay the difference between the unsubsidized and the subsidized price ($529.99 – $179.99 = $350).

Google will also sell accessories for its phone: Nexus One desktop docking station ($39.99) and Nexus One car docking station ($49.99).

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Unsurprisingly, the Nexus One Terms of Sale specifically mention that the handset’s manufacturer is HTC, not Google.

Well, now let’s wait for January 5 to come, shall we?

Author: Ilinca Nita

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