Last Updated: Dec 15,2011
Every time you guys talk about being polite I think of "Roadhouse"
Sounds like an 11/21 release. Nexus challenges each day leading to the launch.
Or would it launch on the start day wouldn't that make even more sense? Just throwing it out there. Maybe its wishful thinking.
Congratulations RichSz, this is the first Ocean's Thirteen reference in the thread!
It cant possibly be what it means cause I want it sooner
Every time I hear roadhouse I think of Family Guy.
I know! Me too. But a 21st release is very likely. All other contest had chances to win a phone up until the day of release. Wouldn't make sense to release the phone before the 21st....oh well. IT'S STILL SOON! So excited. Good day for GN news!
Verizon doesn't launch phones on Saturday and without a press release the day before.
AND for people who are buying the gnex off contract, right in that PDF is says this
Seven winning entries will receive a Galaxy Nexus phone as described at
Galaxy Nexus. (ARV of each individual prize: $500.00 USD).
Yup, you're thinking the same thing I was when I read the $500 ARV price tag. Interesting, no?
Thats interesting that it says 7 but there are 10 contests?
It is Samsung/Google's game, not VZW's. And it is "around the world"... the Euro release is on 11/17. I don't think that it means anything.
also for people who are hoping to win this contest.. lmao..
The prizes will be awarded within approximately
twelve weeks of receipt by Sponsor of final prize acceptance documents
no one on this forum has that in them
Welcome to the forums, EdenObscured!
The price is at $500 so it doesn't require a 1099 form. It has nothing to do with what it will retail for.
Lol Very true
And it is 7 winners in the WORLD!!! That is a big contestant pool.
you can say that again lol
Plus you have to answer questions/riddles or something not just follow them
too much work I'm lazy :/
Does anyone know how Verizon taxes a on-contract phone? Do they tax you for the full retail price or for the price of $299? (In California if that would make any difference).
they only can tax you on what they sell it to you for, at least in my state. that would be like getting taxed full msrp on a new car but actually getting it $2500 less than msrp
I'm on Sprint right now and going to switch to VZW with the Gnex. But Sprint, in CA, does charge tax on the full retail value of the phone.
Yeah I'm hoping so. But when my mom got her iPhone it was 250? I also know some parts of the country have been trying to change it, taxing customers on the full msrp of cell phones, but didn't know if California was doing that yet. Thanks.
They tax on full price in CA
But in Cali they can tax HIM for what I buy here in Idaho..... have to take care of the masses somehow.
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