Total Cost of Nexus One Cheaper than Most Competitors

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tamas305

Shouldn't they compare the least expensive options for each? Not everyone wants unlimited texts (esp. on a smartphone, free im). They are very similiar on that level. I really want the droid on att...I think its coming eventually as the milestone.

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jrocknyc

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Danthrax66

Sorry but some of that information on the pre is a little misleading. First of all video recording support is in the works; The $80 data plan from sprint with 450 minutes includes unlimited calls to cell phones on any carrier. And has anyone seen t-mobiles coverage or 3g coverage for that matter., yeah you can't because it's almost non-existent. The pre is also going to be getting flash player support soon and it can play quake.

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Mr_Histamine

They're right not to include features that have yet to be implemented; once the Pre is updated with the features, then they should include it in the chart.

They also clearly marked that they were comparing the truely unlimited plans (that is, unlimited everything, with no caps on anything), as well as the middle-of-the-road plans.  Just because they didn't use the plan you have, doesn't mean their chart is inaccurate or misleading.  Although, I do agree that they should have included the cheapest plans available to each phone.

I also agree that - other than in a few major cities - T-mobile's 3G coverage is severely lacking.  Unfortunately, those of us who want anything that resembles reliable service on the NexusOne, will be waiting for a bit.

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Nicodemon

I have the Pre with the Sprint unlimited 450 plan and pay only $32.88 a month. A couple of my co-workers each have the Iphone and AT&T and are paying around $120 a month with spotty 3g coverage.

 

No one touches the Sprint plan with unlimited data, mobile to mobile (any provider), texting, and 450 anytime minutes all for less than $33! My total 2 year cost is $938.12!!!!!!

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mesiah

You must be on some sort of corporate account because every published plan I have seen from sprint shows 450 minutes and unlimited data costing $80, which is still far better than what att or verizon offers. But, $33 a month? I'll believe it when I see it. That is less than just about any company out there charges for voice service alone.

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holmessh

I was going to say the same thing.  I looked at sprint.com and you are 100% right.  It's $69.99 for 450 minutes on the Everything plan.  I don't know where he got that deal but if it's true he is getting one hell of a bargain.

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Nicodemon

That's because I dont pay the advertised price for anything.  Everything is up for negotiation when the effort is applied.

 

As for my plan price, I truly only pay what I stated (add $5 for insurance) for a total of like $38 which I've had since Oct 09.

 

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