T-Mobile Nexus One Unavailable For Purchase?

Update: Nevermind, its back up for sale, must have been an inventory refresh!

We can’t really explain what’s causing this “Sorry, this item is temporarily not available,” message currently found on the Google Phone store. Is it the beginning of the end having already decided to shutter the model for Google? Or is just a temporary thing and stock will be back shortly? What’s really on everyone’s minds is just when we can expect to find the Nexus One sold in T-Mobile stores, if ever. We’ll be keeping an eye on this one but for the moment, we’re just scratching our heads.

Thanks to everyone who sent this in!

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  • frozengash

    it’s funny when people say ‘fourth place’ like it’s a bad thing. being a successful business doesn’t always mean being top dog. does tmobile pull a profit with their current business plan? i assume having the cheapest rates will contunue to pull the same. people come and go with services like this. anyone switch between dsl/cable providers in the last few years? anyway i’m sure the same comments are being made over at a sprint forum or at&t.

  • negtne

    I have been the biggest supporter of tmobile, but after watching the apple liveblog I am at a crossroads! I am giving tmobile till august to come out with something good or I might just have to say bye bye. I love you tmobile but its like owning a nice house next to a sewage plant you may be saving a couple of bucks but in the end your still smelling crap. And if the 19th is the official day for the slide and or they announce a samsung I am gone! Its like your the poor kid who has a jenga and all your friends have rocket bikes.

  • drhonk

    N1 is available again …

  • Adam

    Well said

  • Ned Flanders

    7/23/10 is when my contract is up. Once that date hits if they dont change things I will go elsewhere.

  • JP

    Man…..TMO better get their ass moving on some handsets. I have a feeling with all the news of these new handsets, if they don’t act fast, they’re going to see a lot of their customer base take off.

  • Ramsey

    I feel like I have to explain myself to people when they ask me what cell phone company I have. I think it was great to be the first company to offer an andriod phone… but seriously… I have money burning a hole in my pocket next to my G1 and I want to give it to you! Please for the love of god… give us a phone that we can brag about that is stocked in your stores. T-Mobile please do not make it all about the mytouch slide… Please!

  • Negtne

    I was fixing an issue with my fiancés mytouch slide and I was trying to get what the 19th is out of them and he would not say he said he is not aloud to talk about it and all he can say is “yes” I was like what the hell does that mean? Yes to a new phone cause that was the question I was asking but he said that’s all he can say. So they are being secretive about something. I said promo and he said promo for the slide will be on the 16th. A little curious he said that he can say we will get the iPhone in nov-dec for Christmas time! I asked how the hell is that possible with the iPhone 4 not having tmobile USA bands he said that only certain bands were hooked up for FCC approval! I was like ok whatever fixed my fiancés email (q.com sucks for android devices) and left a little more puzzled then when I got on the phone. So I take it bogo for mytouch slide 16th new handset 19th and who the hell knows after that!!!!!

  • raymond

    19th new phone whew im so excited i dont want a iphone i want a andriod iphone r to lackluster it be a smart move for t mobile but i still leave if thats there best draw -_-

  • brandon

    they just updated the website i think. i just checked the google site and now you’re able to upgrade for 279$ with any plan eligible for upgrade.

  • Negtne

    Well not everyone

    Not eligible for Nexus One upgrade pricing:

    Customers with FlexPay, SmartAccess, FamilyTime, corporate discounts, government or business accounts are not eligible
    Customers on a 2 year contract qualify for a partial discount after 11 months; however this partial upgrade eligibility is not applicable to the Nexus One

    • brandon

      Please note, the Google Phone Webstore will automatically check your new or upgraded service plan eligibility if you choose to purchase your phone with service. You must be fully upgrade eligible in order to get the Nexus One at a discount. Upgrade eligibility is for individual lines of service only. We’ve listed a summary below.

      Not eligible for Nexus One upgrade pricing:

      Customers with FlexPay, SmartAccess, FamilyTime, corporate discounts, government or business accounts are not eligible
      Customers on a 2 year contract qualify for a partial discount after 11 months; however this partial upgrade eligibility is not applicable to the Nexus One
      Eligible for Nexus One upgrade pricing:

      Customers with individual lines of service who purchased a discounted device with a 1-year contract are eligible after 11 months
      Customers with individual lines of service who purchased a discounted device with a 2-year contract are eligible after 22 months

      For details about your qualifications for upgrading to the Nexus One, please contact T-Mobile directly.

      next time before you go make yourself look like an idiot make sure to read the whole page…

  • Rob

    So much for this, it’s back up for sale

  • k23s

    look all in all there are 5 phones better or at the same quality as the iphone and plus t-mobile has great handsets and continue to keep getting more, the only other provider i would say has awesome handsets is Sprint