Android fans looking to score a Nexus 5 should check out T-Mobile’s new Nexus 5 offer, as the carrier has dropped the price of the device.

Initially priced at $450 over two years without a contract – $41.99 up front followed by 24 monthly charges of $17 – the 16GB Nexus 5 is now $54 cheaper. In order to get it now, buyers will simply have to pay for it $16.50 per month for two years, for a total of $396, and there’s no down payment for Google’s latest flagship Nexus handset.

While T-Mobile’s Nexus 5 offer is still more expensive that Google’s, it certainly has its perks, as buyers don’t have to pay the full price of the device at once and instead buy it over the course of two years, without inking a two-year service contract with the carrier. Furthermore, if T-Mobile is your carrier of choice, or if you’re looking to switch over to T-Mobile for some reason, you should definitely check out the Nexus 5.


Meanwhile, the 16GB Nexus 5 costs $349 on the Google Play Store, while the 32GB model retails for $399, so those buyers with cash on hand would still be better off getting their Nexus fix directly from Google.

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