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Question about T-Mo ETF with N1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by twfactory, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. twfactory

    twfactory New Member
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    Hi guys,

    I live in an area with non-existent T-Mobile service. I tried switching to them before but I'd only get one bar outdoors. :( Anyways, I'd really like to get the Nexus One and use it with AT&T, which has great coverage in my area, and I was wondering if I can cancel the T-Mobile plan after a month and avoid the ETF based on the coverage (which still shows on their website as having good coverage in my ZIP). I saw something about a 120-day return policy, instead of the standard 30-day one, so I wasn't sure.

    Thanks!
     

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  2. Mykpfsu

    Mykpfsu Well-Known Member
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    The 120 day return in regards to the N1 was a $350 charge Google was charging for quiting. I think that is if you got the N1 subsidized but I'm not sure.

    Nexus One Phone - Terms of Sale
     
  3. twfactory

    twfactory New Member
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    Oh, ok. Thanks.
     
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