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[NEW] Nexus 4- $299 (8GB) / $349 (16GB)

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Last Edited by widgit October 29, 2012 at 06:27 PM
It'll be made available in both 8GB and 16GB versions starting November 13 in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Australia, with pricing set for $299 (8GB) / $349 (16GB). The 16GB version will also be available through T-Mobile for $199, with a 2-year contract.


Source:http://www.engadget.com/2012/10/2...#continued

Pretty good deal for the new nexus phone that comes with android 4.2

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Yes I did. Wanted to see if it would let me. LMAO I got the error wouldn't let me checkout Roll

I put the case and bumper in my cart..bumper was 15.99 (pounds) Nexus 16GB was 235.99(pounds) so it was like 252 pounds? It said all prices include VAT (tax, not that I would pay it anyway if it actually shipped to the US).

Almost $400 not including shipping..so...it's about right..
Interesting, I got different prices at the UK play store. I used a London based proxy to access it, and it had the Nexus 8GB listed at 239.99 British Pounds, which equates to about $380 USD. I tried to see how far I could get in the checkout process, and it said my US address was not a valid address. Google seemed to have updated the British site a minute ago, and now it just says "Coming Soon," just like at the US Play Store.
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Total phone noob here. I have a Nexus 7 and love it. I am on Boost mobile and pay $40 for unlimited everything with shrinkage, will this phone work on Boost? I was going to pick up a Boost Samsung Galaxy S2 on Black Friday for $299. I use around 250 talk/500text/3-5gb data a month. What's the best scenario for me?

Any help is appreciated and repped. Sorry for my ignorance.
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Interesting, I got different prices at the UK play store. I used a London based proxy to access it, and it had the Nexus 8GB listed at 239.99 British Pounds, which equates to about $380 USD. I tried to see how far I could get in the checkout process, and it said my US address was not a valid address. Google seemed to have updated the British site a minute ago, and now it just says "Coming Soon," just like at the US Play Store.
Oh it might have been 239.99. I know the bumper was 15.99 so that might be where I got my 5 from (tired..sorry).

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Total phone noob here. I have a Nexus 7 and love it. I am on Boost mobile and pay $40 for unlimited everything with shrinkage, will this phone work on Boost? I was going to pick up a Boost Samsung Galaxy S2 on Black Friday for $299. I use around 250 talk/500text/3-5gb data a month. What's the best scenario for me?

Any help is appreciated and repped. Sorry for my ignorance.
This won't work with Boost. Completely incompatible.
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nvm .
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Oh it might have been 239.99. I know the bumper was 15.99 so that might be where I got my 5 from (tired..sorry).


This won't work with Boost. Completely incompatible.
Then you might have been looking at the 8GB model? That's the one it had at 239.99

Tempted to buy a few just to resell or gift to family for Christmas, if I can get them in time. I resold an unopened iPhone 5, verizon model, factory unlocked for $890 on eBay last week, to a US buyer no less. Never ceases to amaze me when people are willing to significantly over retail. I'd buy a N4 4 myself if I didn't just get a GS3. Kind of jealous about the 4.2 Jelly Bean it ships with
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Edit: Double post
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Oh it might have been 239.99. I know the bumper was 15.99 so that might be where I got my 5 from (tired..sorry).
but you said your price was for 16gb model. what he said was for 8gb one.
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This won't work with Boost. Completely incompatible.
Thank you for that info. I will start looking at other prepaid carriers. Any suggestions for the usage patterns I listed?
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Quote from Jigga467 View Post :
Total phone noob here. I have a Nexus 7 and love it. I am on Boost mobile and pay $40 for unlimited everything with shrinkage, will this phone work on Boost? I was going to pick up a Boost Samsung Galaxy S2 on Black Friday for $299. I use around 250 talk/500text/3-5gb data a month. What's the best scenario for me?

Any help is appreciated and repped. Sorry for my ignorance.
No, but you can switch to T-Mobile/ST
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Thank you for that info. I will start looking at other prepaid carriers. Any suggestions for the usage patterns I listed?
T-mo's prepaid $30 100 minutes unlimited text/5gb data plan would b good, if you're in their extremely limited 4g data coverage zone, and can save minutes with a free voip app like talkatone. Otherwise, ATT's ST $45 unlimited talk/text/data that's not really unlimited even though they say it is plan might be your best bet. I live in a rural area, but got decent HSPA+ coverage with 7-9Mbps download speeds with ST on my unlocked T-Mo GS3. Used 5GB of data in the 1 month I had it, up to 500MB/day, and they didn't threaten, throttle or terminate me. Data coverage seemed spotty compared to Verizon, but way better than T-Mo. Depends where u live
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still fairly active thread (in terms of people here), though not a lot of discussion/angry posting
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Curse Google!!! (Goes back to watching this great Basketball game)
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Curse Google!!! (Goes back to watching this great Basketball game)
which one? after midnight PST?
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T-mo's prepaid $30 unlimited talk/text/5gb data plan would b good, if you're in their extremely limited 4g data coverage zone. Otherwise, ATT's ST $45 unlimited talk/text/data that's not really unlimited even though they say it is plan might be your best bet. I live in a rural area, but got decent HSPA+ coverage with 7-9Mbps download speeds with ST on my unlocked T-Mo GS3. Used 5GB of data in the 1 month I had it, up to 500MB/day, and they didn't threaten, throttle or terminate me. Data coverage seemed spotty compared to Verizon, but way better than T-Mo. Depends where u live
The $30 plan from TMo is not unlimited talk. It's 100 min voice, unlim text and data. If it was unlimited talk or even anything more than 500 min I would be all over it.
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which one? after midnight PST?
Davidson vs New Mexico

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