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Nexus One Finds Home At Walmart

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by phandroid, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. phandroid

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    The Google Nexus One will soon be available in Wal-Mart as the company is now displaying the phone’s availability directly on their website. Well not “directly” – the mobile sales are actually handled by LetsTalk.com but you get the point.The phone is showing support for Sprint, Verizon and AT&T 3G bands which is an [...]

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  2. androidfan87

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    That sucks for Tmobile.
     
  3. IOWA

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  4. P-Droid

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    Why would someone create a page with this kind of information if they weren't going to sell it at all? The idiot who "programmed" this must have gotten directions from someone to do it. I think it's going to happen. Having a price mistake is one thing but to have a whole web page is another.:eek:
     
  5. Swizz

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    Seems to be removed from WalMarts page. As a Tmo employee this would have made me cry a little more than normal.
     
  6. NowVoyager

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    What I'd like to know is, how did the "fake" programmer originally get the ad on both the Walmart and the Let's Talk web sites? There is a fly in the ointment somewhere...
     
  7. momoceio

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    It makes me think LetsTalk will be selling the N1 and it was mistakenly placed on Wal-Marts site. I'm still intrigued that it was listed with support for Sprints network though.
     

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