Today, T-Mobile announced some fantastic news for its customers. Usually, T-Mo is known for being the budget carrier with the low/mid range phone lineup. However, they seem to have gone back to their roots with this one: They will be the “premier partner with Google for the Nexus 4.” Takes you back to the days where the G1 was on T-Mobile, huh?
The Nexus 4 will be available on November 13th on Google Play, and in T-Mobile stores the next day. You can get one for $199.99 with a classic plan, or $199.99 with 20 payments of $20 with a value plan. Not sure how wise that is, considering it’s $299 off contract. You could save yourself some money just saving your upgrade.
They also announced a Nexus 7 with HSPA+ on November 5th. That should be a nice device for those who travel. Pricing has not been revealed, but the unlocked 32GB Nexus 7 with HSPA+ is $299 on the Play Store, so it should be a little cheaper from T-Mobile. So what do you guys think? Does this make T-Mobile more appealing to you? Does it bring back the old times? Will you be getting any of these devices on T-Mo? Tell us in the comments!