Yeah I just posted this in another thread... I'm getting a droid Thursday for my renewal. I'll just take good care of it and sell it on ebay and pay full retail when the passion or the bravo is available. I can't wait any longer to play with android
Verizon and Vodafone have also agreed to join the program (Vodafone owns part of Verizon Wireless).
Queiroz takes us through screenshots of the store. Potential customers can get demos of various Nexus One applications within the store, and take a 3D tour. The phone will be available for $529 without service, and $179 with a two-year contract from T-Mobile. The prices aren't yet available for Verizon Wireless or Vodafone yet. All of this can be done from your PC; you won't have to go into T-Mobile's store.
Verizon and Vodafone are on track to participate by spring 2010, Queiroz said. He selects the phone without a service plan, and goes through the checkout process. You'll need a Google Account and a Google Checkout account to buy the Nexus One. At the moment, the Google.com/phone site won't let you buy a phone with service contracts from T-Mobile, but it's not clear if that is a temporary glitch.
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