News by Andrew Kameka on Friday February 22, 2013.
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If you've been thinking of upgrading to the Google Nexus 4 and snagging all of the new features available only to Android 4.2 devices, you might want to visit T-Mobile. While the Nexus 4 typically costs $299 to $349 when purchased from the Google Play device store, T-Mobile is temporarily offering the phone for free.
A web-only offer available now through February 24 has discounted the Nexus 4 to be free after instant discount. Unlike the unlocked models sold directly by Google, the Nexus 4 sold by T-Mobile comes with a required two-year agreement. Purchasing from Google Play will give customers more freedom lower costs over time, but T-Mobile's offer might make sense for someone hesitant to pay the upfront costs. The phone is available now at T-Mobile.com.via: Phandroid
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