White Nexus 4 available with free wireless charger on T-Mobile

June 17, 2013
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    white nexus 4

    The white version of the handset, rumored very intensely before finally being officially confirmed, can now be purchased together with a free wireless charger, for a limited time. The interesting thing is that T-Mobile doesn’t actually explain what the “limited time” is, so presumably the offer stands until the stock of chargers is depleted.

    If the Nexus 4 is your dream phone, it can be yours for $19.99 down, plus $17 per month for a period of 24 months. However, if you prefer to purchase it from T-Mobile by paying for the device in full, you’ll have to shell out $427.99.

    In that case, it would probably be a better idea to just head to the Google Play Store, where the same 16 GB version, also in limited edition white but including a free bumper, can be purchased for $349.

    And if you’re still sitting on the fence regarding the Nexus 4 and whether you want to buy one or not, you can always take a look at our review below to get a better idea. There is also a really cost effective plan you can sneak your way into, which could end up saving you quite a bit of cash.

    Do you plan on taking advantage of T-Mobile’s offer?


    • Qbancelli

      What type of wireless charger?

      • Nickan Fayyazi

        I presume it’s the official Nexus 4 wireless charger.

    • FreshTL

      There isnt any hint for 4.3, is it?

    • Joker

      What’s the $17 per month plan?

    • Test User

      It’s actually ~$392 after shipping and tax. Ordered one for the gf a week or so ago and google actually didn’t have any other shipping options besides 1-2 days, tacking on an extra ~$10-15 for shipping.

    • David RT

      Great phone for a barter price. Can’t beat that with a baseball bat. I got mines from Google play because its under warranty with them and T-Mobile wants you to have insurance and blah its a pain. Plus do the math Orb+nexus 4 equals about that amount….not really a deal imo

    • Magnetic1

      This phone reminds me of UMI X2 in terms of spec. But UMI X2 is like 50% cheaper and has bigger and better screen. But not having owned either I don’t know how they compare in practice.