Verizon Nexus One Release Date, Price: CTIA 2010

The Verizon Nexus One, was set to be announced and released during the CTIA 2010, which happened today, there have been many rumours about this handset being released on Verizon and there are a few details below.

AT&T and Verizon confirmed its release and that the sales would outsell the Droid in just a few months, going to be good then as they say.

The Verizon Nexus One can be yours for only $529 across its 3G network without contract and unlocked, for more information please visit World Buzz Now. There is not a lot of information as of yet but we will keep you posted.

Will you be buying the Google Nexus One phone on the Verizon network? Please let us know if you will or will not in the comments area provided below.

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19 thoughts on “Verizon Nexus One Release Date, Price: CTIA 2010”

  1. Reply
    Geoff says:

    So does this mean there will be no subsidized pricing option? And how is it that you’re announcing the sale of the N1 on Verizon but neither Verizon nor Google’s website offer even the unlocked option yet?

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    Ben says:

    this is incorrect, the unlocked version will not work on verizon’s CDMA network. one of the few things I hate about the big red.

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    Phoenix says:

    This info is worthless. It’s nothing new repackaged to look like it’s something when it’s nothing. What is the point?

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    Daniel says:

    There’s no way I’ll pay the unsubsidized price for the Nexus One. My Verizon contract just expired in February, and I’ll wait for Verizon to release the HTC Incredible. But if there is a subsidized option through Google comparable to the T-Mobile price ($179), I’ll probably go for it.

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    John Castle says:

    I’m current user of Verizon with two phones that are eligible for an upgrade and would like to go with the Nexus One for me and the Droid Eris for my wife. I can’t seem to get a release date from either Verizon or Google. I also understand the Eris is about to go to 2.1 of Android. Should I wait and how long?

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    SocalJ says:

    I am also a Verizon customer w/ upgrades available on two of the phones on my account. I wanted to use the buy one get one free deal to get my Nexus One and my wife’s Palm Pre Plus. So I headed to a store expecting to do just that but, I didn’t see the Nexus One so I asked the manager and all he said was it will be out Spring 2010. So I asked to see the Palm Pre and made the decision to buy it and wait up to 2+ months for the Google to release the NO. While I was waiting for them to update my account info and activate the new phone an employee was passing out lanyards with a red badge that read “My Verizon 2.0 is here now” and on the other side “It’s coming 3/28” They joked about it and asked what’s coming? and they looked at me and nodded their heads. But, they said we can’t say what’s coming but, we all know what it is hint, hint ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    Paul Heymont says:

    I think SocalJ may be hearing what he wants to hear, but the “My Verizon 2.0” and the 3/28 date likely refer to the big refurb on the Verizon website, not to the phones we’re drooling for…

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    Brandon says:

    verizon 2.0 thing has to do with the new online part where you look at your bill. Not the phones

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    Amuzeme says:

    SocalJ,
    They were “Hinting” at Verizon’s new website. MyVerizon 2.0, not the release of any phone.

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    Mike says:

    Sorry to tell you, but My Verizon is Verizon’s account management website for customers that they are updating to 2.0. Methinks they were messing with you…

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    Dave says:

    I have just one thing to say, no subsidy, NO NEXUS ONE for me. Got it Google/Verizon.

    Thanks,
    Dave

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    John says:

    Sprint is getting the N1 also, might give them a shot. Tired of Verizon nickel and diming me for every possible available option.

    Might also just wait, another week or so, for the Incredible!

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    Mike says:

    yes, i will be buying the Nexus One for Verizon as soon as they offer a 2 year contract… hopefully will be around 179ish… i hope

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    Alex says:

    I will not be getting the Nexus one for Verizon. By the time it comes out, the N1 will almost be old technology. Might as well wait for a possible Verizon 4G iPhone.

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