Nexus 4 available again through T-Mobile website
T-Mobile is once again selling the Nexus 4 on their website. The carrier quickly ran out after putting it up on their page just days ago, but is now back, hopefully with a bit more supply. The device is still $199 on a new 2-year contract.
The device is also heading back up for sale through the Google Play Store shortly, as Google appears to be getting more stock in to satisfy the crazy demand. The device through T-Mobile is the 16GB, which sells for $349 through the Play Store. Also, don’t forget that Android 4.2.1 is rolling out for these devices, which is an added plus for those getting the Nexus 4.
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