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BillShrink comparison say Google Nexus One undercuts iPhone 3GS and DROID

Posted by dillesh on January 7, 2010

Two weeks ago, Google has unboxed the Nexus One with video and is really looks like a good contender to its rivals iPhone 3GS and Motorola DROID, according to BillShrink calculations. Android powered Google Nexus One is subsidized via T-Mobile USA priced at $179 or at $529 SIM-free and unlocked is considered as a good option over its competitors.
BillShrink calculations let the end users think for a while before they opt a new Smartphone. Their calculations based on two years of contract ownership for a 16GB iPhone 3GS charges you about $3,799 on AT&T for an unlimited plan or costs $2,839 for an “average” plan. While the Motorola DROID on Verizon costs you about $3,799 for an unlimited plan or $2,839 for an average plan, both undercut by T-Mobile’s pricing: $2,579 and $2,339 respectively. Only the Palm Pre on Sprint seems to be closer in its price to the Nexus One.
BillShrink gives you a comparison chart of the features and their prices among the four devices. The chart will clearly shows you the vary in the prices at a single look.

[via slashgear]


13 Responses to “BillShrink comparison say Google Nexus One undercuts iPhone 3GS and DROID”

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  2. billy said

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  4. The Nexus is a stunning phone especially considering the size of the touch screen.I think it wont be succesfull in the long run though.Why would people buy this when the can purchase an iPhone for 100 bucks?Its all about brand recognition .

  5. Jogn Vee said

    The Nexus One is a great phone feature wise.I think it wont be succesfull in the long run.Why would people buy this when the can get an iPhone 3g from at

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  13. nexus one said

    Who else is importing their Nexus one then?

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