Nexus 4 Now Out Of Stock On T-Mobile’s Website

Posted on Nov 24 2012 - 6:29pm by Brad Ward

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After Google’s LG-manufactured Nexus 4 went live on the Play Store, it was only minutes before it was sold out. That wasn’t the case for T-Mobile though, as it’s taken them a bit longer to see the new device go out of stock. T-Mobile has been selling the Nexus 4 for $199 with a new two-year contract on their 42Mbps HSPA+ network. T-Mobile hasn’t said when they will have more Nexus 4 devices available, but given the difficulties that Google has had with the Nexus 4, we could be waiting for a couple of weeks before we see anything. After all, Google did say that they would have more available in the coming weeks. So unless T-Mobile has a trick up their sleeve, we’re going to be waiting a while before seeing more Nexus 4’s.

As you know, the demand for this smartphone has been extremely high, which has resulted in the Nexus 4 selling out on Google Play in Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States. As mentioned above, Google has said that they expect more stock available in “the coming weeks.” In the midst of that, customers who managed to order a Nexus 4 were told that they would be waiting up to three weeks before the device would ship. This hasn’t been Google’s best launch, but hopefully things will be getting sorted out fairly soon here.

Are you waiting for T-Mobile or the Play Store to get more stock or have you given up on Google with this one and are looking at another device?

Sound off in the comments below!

source: Android Central

Nexus 4 Now Out Of Stock On T-Mobile’s Website was last modified: November 24th, 2012 by Brad Ward
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