The Nexus 5 on T-Mobile's network isn't quite the same bargain as it is on the Play Store. The carrier asks for either $449.99 or $41.99 up front and 24 month $17 payments subsequently, which adds up to the same total cost. If you opt for the leasing option you'll need to sign up for contract with T-Mo but you can opt out at any time, after you've paid the device in full.
Perhaps the only reason to go to T-Mobile for the Nexus 5 is if you are in a hurry. Google Play store is really unable to catch up with demand, while the carrier can supply you a device now.
Meanwhile Verizon has started selling the 5" BlackBerry Z30 exclusively, as expected. The device has a rather over the top price of $199.99 with a two year deal. There's also a month to month option with a $549.99 upfront cost.
N also pay double the money
please think if you doesn't get a expandable memory slot and non-removable battery the phone is doesn't get hang and viures...so Nexus 5 and Lg optimus G2 as a better benchmarks compare to samsung galaxy S4 and Note3....I suggest Nexus 5 and optimus ...
G2 and nexus 5 = No Card Slot, None Removable Battery..... GO get GalaxyS4 or Galaxy Note 3 and buy a Otterbox