If waiting for Google to restock their Play Store offerings has driven you to consider inning a two-year contract with T-Mobile, now is your chance to grab a Nexus 4. The notoriously hard to come by phone is once again available online from the carrier for $199 after a $50 rebate.
Customers also have the option to purchase the phone contract-free, but minus TMo’s subsidy can expect to pay a lot more than they would for the device direct from Google. Getting the device direct from Google, though, is the hard part.
T-Mobile has also started stocking the phone at retail stores across the country. Larger outlets should already have stock (if it hasn’t run out yet) while smaller branches should be starting to see units trickle in.
Google and LG have both expressed resolve in getting a handle on the stock issues plaguing the phone. LG is committed to churning out Nexus 4 handsets in order to meet high demand.
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