If you’re a T-Mobile customer and you’ve been hanging around for the Nexus One or you’ve been angling to leave T-Mobile for greener pastures take a look at this breakdown. Total of ownership among the four most popular smartphones on the market are broken down courtesy of the fine folks at Billshrink. While the average plan may not be that much of a difference, those who are likely to use phones such as these are often unlimited power users. In that respect, the price difference becomes noticeable and it’s no small difference. Over the cost of two years $1220 may not be enough to put you out of house and home but it’s enough to recognize and T-Mobile is clearly the better value. So what say you is $1220 enough to make you reconsider switching carriers or is it phone first, price second?