If you’ve been keeping up with the Nexus One news, you’ll most certainly have read about Google’s Equipment Recovery Fee, which is essentially an ETF (early termination fee) imposed by Google if you get out of your contract early, on top of T-Mobile’s ETF. When it was reported and brought to light a while back most people didn’t like it, and fortunately, it seems that Google has decided to look into the issue. The Equipment Recovery Fee is still there, but it’s been reduced from $350 to $150. Folks will probably still complain about it, but at least there is a $200 reduction now, right? If the ETF was something that was deterring you from picking up a Nexus One, does this latest update change you mind about it? If you need more information on the Nexus One’s features, check out our review on it.
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