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Google Nexus 4 On Sale Tuesday In U.S.
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periksson074
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periksson074,
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11/14/2012 | 4:34:20 PM
re: Google Nexus 4 On Sale Tuesday In U.S.
Update... I did manage to put an order in late last night!

I guess I was just lucky enough to press refresh of the Nexus 4 16 GB page when they had temporary stock available... and run through the ordering process fast enough to actually place the order (and get a confirmation), all done on my HP Touchpad :)
periksson074
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11/13/2012 | 5:31:39 PM
re: Google Nexus 4 On Sale Tuesday In U.S.
Just a horrible horrible experience, had it in cart for 15 minutes trying to go through the whole process (with a number of failed transactions at various Wallet stages), even got to confirm credit card and press buy... just to get an error message after a while and cart emptied out. Is this the best you can do Google???
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11/13/2012 | 5:15:20 PM
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I got mine! Looks like it went on sale at 9:45am Mountain (8:45am Pacific). My order has a timestamp of 9:57am. As of 10:05am Mountain, the 16GB model seems to have been sold out!


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