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Topic # 65783 6-Aug-2010 11:30
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rob_nz has posted over in the Vodafone "Handset & Devices" forum regarding the future of the Nexus One. Worth a read






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  Reply # 364187 6-Aug-2010 12:34
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So, pay US$25 for an Android developer account, then US$529 for the Nexus One, plus shipping via FEDEX and GST (plus possible customs processing fees) to get the phone from Google. Or buy from Vodafone. Vodafone could work out to be cheaper and faster.

Regardless, Google selling it again is very good news.



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Elpie: So, pay US$25 for an Android developer account, then US$529 for the Nexus One, plus shipping via FEDEX and GST (plus possible customs processing fees) to get the phone from Google. Or buy from Vodafone. Vodafone could work out to be cheaper and faster.

Regardless, Google selling it again is very good news.


It's mainly news for the US, agreed.

We have it available here at an acceptable price.  If I didn't own one already, I'd buy mine from Vodafone. 




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