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Google Charges ETF For Nexus One On Top of Carrier’s

January 12th, 2010 01:08 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

dumbnose sends along the news that Google is double-dipping on the Nexus One early termination fee. Ars sorts out the double dose of fine print from Google and T-Mobile. What it boils down to is, if you give up on your Nexus One between 14 days and 120 days after the sale, it will cost you $550: $350 to Google (automatically charged to the credit card you used to buy the phone) and $200 to T-Mobile. After 120 days the Google fee goes away and after 550 days the T-Mobile ETF begins prorating. A poster on Dave Farber’s email list provides another perspective on the “restructuring of the handset premium.”

Source: Google Charges ETF For Nexus One On Top of Carrier’s

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