Google And T-Mobile Will Charge Up To $550 To Break Your Nexus One Contract

Google And T-Mobile Will Charge Up To $550 To Break Your Nexus One Contract

If you’re interested in the new Google/HTC Nexus One smartphone with a T-Mobile contract and can look past the problematic 3G access and buck-passing technical support, that’s great. Just, before you go through with the purchase, make sure you really, really like the phone and the service. Because, according to the Android fan site Phandroid, T-Mobile and Google have partnered up to charge you as much as $550 in “equipment recovery” and early termination fees. Update: T-Mobile has confirmed that they will be charging their own ETF on top of Google’s fee. [More]

Nexus One Users Getting The Runaround From T-Mobile, HTC

Nexus One Users Getting The Runaround From T-Mobile, HTC

So if your Nexus One isn’t working… Who do you call? We think the answer is Ghostbusters, because it’s sure as hell not Google — and according to InformationWeek, it is also not T-Mobile or HTC. [More]