T-Mobile To Offer LG Nexus 5 On November 14th; $41 Down and $17 a Month

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A leak from a few days ago suggested that the Nexus 5 would be popping up on T-Mobile next week, and today T-Mobile has officially confirmed the news. The LG Nexus 5 will be available on T-Mobile starting on November 14th, following Sprint as the second U.S. carrier to sell the smartphone.

T-Mobile isn’t jacking the price on the Nexus 5 much, either. T-Mobile will be offering the 16GB version of the device for $449 outright, which is only a hundred bucks more than the $349 Google is selling it for. Customers will be able to slap down $41.99 and make 24 payments of $17 a month for a shiny new Nexus 5.

The Nexus 5 will be available for purchase on November 14th through T-Mobile.com, and will land in T-Mobile retail stores on November 20th.

T-Mobile makes it easy and affordable to get the hottest Android smartphone in time for the holidays with an upfront cost of only $41.99 down and 24 equal monthly device payments of $17[1] with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan. T-Mobile offers Nexus 5 customers an unprecedented wireless experience by freeing them from annual service contracts, overage worries, ridiculous upgrade restrictions and complicated plans while on a speedy nationwide 4G LTE network. Consumers can sign up for more information on Nexus 5 at https://explore.t-mobile.com/google-nexus-5.

Powered by the latest and most advanced Android™ 4.4 OS, Nexus 5 is built to deliver a pure Android experience with a stunning, lightweight design, powerful 2.26GHz quad-core processor and LTE capabilities to keep people connected and multitasking while on the go. The vibrant 5-inch full HD display and advanced 8MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization deliver crisp and more true-to-life colors for all mobile entertainment, gaming, photo and video activities. For more information, please visit http://multimediacapsule.thomsonone.com/t-mobileusa/google-nexus-5.

  • alan

    Am I missing something here? Why would I pay T-Mobile 100 bucks more for the same phone I can get on Google play?

    • San

      perfect Question.

  • Chuck Gallagher

    My guess would be because customers would like the 41.99 down instead of having to buy the phone outright.

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