After a recent FCC Inquiry, Google has slashed its early termination fee on the Nexus One from $350 to $150. and the $250 fee for existing T-Mobile customers upgrading to the phone was lowered to $50. Way to go Google this is awesome news for all of us that have purchased the Nexus One. The only catch is the $200 fee from T-Mobile for early termination is still applicable, but at least they are helping out the unhappy customers a little bit.
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So in the past few days there have been quite a few rumors floating around that the Nexus One will be coming to Sprint in the near future. The only thing we can ask our selves is if this is really a fact or just some sort of miscomunication? Since the only leak of it was from an automated reply to Gizmodo via email from Sprint. Just say it is not released as of yet. I guess all you Sprint users out there will have to just wait and see what happens in the coming days and keep your fingers crossed that it comes out when the Verizon version hits shelves.
Is your Nexus One working fine?
HTC has reported via their Twitter account that if you reboot your Nexus One it should solve any and all dropped data issues.