Originally Posted by mogelijk
I am curious to see what differences there are in the T-Mobile Nexus 4 (kind of like with the CDMA versions of the Galaxy Nexus). Of course, the disadvantage to the T-Mobile Nexus will likely be that it has the T-Mobile bloatware, as well as not getting the Android updates directly from Google but having to wait for T-Mobile to release them. It will also be interesting to see how T-Mobile will price the Nexus 4 if you pay full price.
It'll be $599 since if you look at their value plan for the Nexus 4, it's $199 up front + $20/mo x 20 months. Typically total cost of the value plan is the retail price.
T-Mobile Announces Holiday Smartphone Lineup, “Premier Nexus 4 Partner” | | TmoNewsTmoNews
Also the site confirmed that TMo version does indeed have the HSPA+ 42 unlike the Google Play version.