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Sprint begins taking pre-orders for Nexus 5, includes large subsidy on contract for new subscribers

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 02 Nov 2013 11:45 User comments (1)

Sprint begins taking pre-orders for Nexus 5, includes large subsidy on contract for new subscribers Sprint has begun taking pre-orders for the Google Nexus 5, offering the flagship device for $50 with two-year contract (for new customers).
The unlocked model starts at $349 for 16GB and works for AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile.

Sprint's new deal is for new customers only, as it requires you to port your number from an existing carrier. Additionally, the company says the deal has a mail-in-rebate, as well, for $50.

If you are an existing customer, the carrier is charging $150 after rebate, for the 16GB model.

Read more about the new flagship here: Google Nexus 5 on Afterdawn

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14.11.2013 1:58

Don't get it with sprint. The galaxy nexus is still at 4.1.2 while gsm galaxy nexus is at 4.3. Just something to think about.


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