Angry T-Mobile customers have complained about the exorbitant $379 upgrade price for the Nexus One, and Google just responded by lowering that price by $100. Plus, they're sending out refunds to the poor souls who paid the higher price.
Those who paid $380 will get a rebate in Google Checkout within two weeks, according to this internal memo. So, as a tally, here are the current prices:
- $530, unlocked
- $280, T-Mo customers eligible for upgrade
- $180, with a new 2-year contract
Good to see Google responding so fast—now if only they'd work on their customer service issues (and bring the phone to Verizon already!) they'd really have something. [Android and Me, thanks Taylor!]
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