Google Nexus 5 souped up with Android KitKat, LTE, and low price.
T-Mobile announced today that it will begin selling the Nexus 5, Google's flagship handset of the season, starting November 14 online. The device will then be available in carrier stores a few days after that on November 20.
Although the carrier has not announced any info on the 32GB model, the 16GB model will cost $41.99 down, plus $17 a month for 24 months.
That brings the total cost of T-Mobile's Nexus 5 to $449.99, which is about $100 more than it costs from the Play Store. Currently, Google is selling the unlocked handset for $349 (16GB) or $399 (32GB).
The Nexus 5 is also available today on Sprint. The carrier is selling it for $149.99 after users sign a two-year contract, but if you're a new customer to Sprint and apply deals and rebates, the price drops to $49.99.
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