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).
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?
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