Verizon Nexus One or iPhone 4G: Paying for the privilege

By Alan Ng - Mar 24, 2010

Are you thinking of picking up the Nexus One phone on Verizon when it is finally announced? If so, we have a very interesting article for you to read, which warns customers about the high costs of leaving other carriers.

As you will know, Verizon were expected to unveil the Nexus One yesterday during CTIA Wireless 2010 – but it didnt happen. However, there is still hope as the event is still ongoing for a few days.

As for the article in question, it comes from TMCNet, and explains in detail the potential costs that you would have if you were to leave a carrier to jump straight into Verizon and the Nexus One.

They use an example of customers who have recently commited to a DROID on Verizon, who may turn out to regret their decision once the Nexus One, or new iPhone 4G are out.

What do you think about this? Are you coming towards the end of your current contract? If so, you are in a far better situation than others. Not so good for those of you who have recently commited though, especially with the likes of the Nexus One, Sprint Evo 4G and iPhone 4G handsets.

Would you pay to terminate your contract to move onto one of these handsets?

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