Nexus One Sold Via Online-Only


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  1. hth715

    hth715 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. mcosmi

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    wtf difference does it make if it's in the store or not. How would that affect your decision on buying the N1? I can see how this will have an impact on impulse sales because people who walk into a verizon store would be able to play with it...but most android people know what the phone is already. The intelligent people will buy it regardless...the impulse buys wont happen tho. But I dont see why you would be sad over this, or if you were gonna buy the N1 anyway, why this would possibly change your mind.
     
  3. QrafTee

    QrafTee Well-Known Member

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    Issues get resolved faster if you can just go to the store and exchange the phone rather than call/email and then wait for the replacement. Also, it would be better if the phone could be used with Verizon's Every 2 option. Obvious?
     
  4. sergey

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    Depends. Need to read the reviews first. With the droid (good phone) and incredible around the corner no need to impulse buy the n1.
     
  5. Griggs2121

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    I, for one, would prefer to buy it from Best Buy or Amazon Wireless so I could get a better deal.
     
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    There's another post above saying much the same thing, but having never bought a phone from a retailer as opposed to off craigslist or through the VZW store I'm not sure what the benefit is. Don't get snarky on me, just asking the question.

    When I get a new phone, unless I've bought it used off of craigslist, it's usually through my new every 2 which I usually manage to get upgraded early for signing a new contract. I've had 5 new phones in 2 years (I've got a 2nd line but even so a pretty good deal) which I've paid no more than $100 per phone max for. Doing that I got the 2 year price which means I paid $79 for my Eris after rebate. How can buying a phone at a Best Buy or wherever compete with that?
     

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