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    Quote Originally Posted by v2.2v View Post
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    anyone thinking T-mobile is getting all the great toys?
    It must be that Google feels sorry for them or something. I don't get it. You don't try to get your best product to the masses by tossing it the the 4th largest carrier in the US.

    Bah...

    +1000 to this comment. yeah man i dont get it either. Maybe some contract restrictions with google and verizon/ATT/sprint? i have no clue but T mobile?!
    Think it might have something to do with what T-Mobile is willing to pay? Nah, couldn't be that.
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    I have never heard that.Is that true
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    Quote Originally Posted by debbymiao View Post
    I have never heard that.Is that true
    Think about it. If you were Google, would you rather:
    A. Sell your phone to VZW/ATT/Sprint, who are all willing to pay only a couple million dollars.
    or
    B. Sell your phone to T-Mobile, who are willing to pay $50m?

    Obviously, the above numbers are made up. But you get my point, right? Why would Google sell their phone to VZW/ATT/Sprint when they can get more money from T-Mobile? Financially, it makes no sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaWolf85 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by debbymiao View Post
    I have never heard that.Is that true
    Think about it. If you were Google, would you rather:
    A. Sell your phone to VZW/ATT/Sprint, who are all willing to pay only a couple million dollars.
    or
    B. Sell your phone to T-Mobile, who are willing to pay $50m?

    Obviously, the above numbers are made up. But you get my point, right? Why would Google sell their phone to VZW/ATT/Sprint when they can get more money from T-Mobile? Financially, it makes no sense.
    And to add something I forgot, there is no other reason Google would sell their phone to T-Mobile, other than financial reasons. Unless anyone can think of one?
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