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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by drl2t, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. drl2t

    drl2t Lurker
    Thread Starter

    So, like many others I was pissed to hear that I would have to leave my family plan to get a discount on the Nexus One. After doing a lot of reading, I came across this on T-Mobile's website. I'm not sure exactly what it means, but to me it says you could purchase a subsidized phone and change back to a family plan the next day.

    If I choose the Nexus One plan, can I change it to... - T-Mobile Community

    What do you think??

  2. Stickwall

    Stickwall Lurker

    Well from what I can understand of that, it says you can buy it subsidized and then change the plan, but you will have to pay T-Mobile an ETF and your Google Checkout account will be charged the price difference between the subsidized N1 and the un-subsidized one.
  3. Sharkonwheels

    Sharkonwheels Android Enthusiast

    From what that link says, you will NOT be charged an ETF if you switch to a family plan that is in the Even More category. If you're on the Even More Plus category on your family plan, then yes.

    Even More is roughly $20 extra per month, over it's Even More Plus equivalent, to account for subsidizing the phone.


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The Nexus One release date was January 2010. Features and Specs include a 1400mAh battery, 3.7" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, and Snapdragon S1 processor.

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