Not exactly enthusiastic support
AT&T's involvement in the new Nexus One appears to be minimal, however. The carrier isn't selling or subsidizing the phone, so it's only available from Google at its full price of $529. That's far more than the $179 buyers would pay for a Nexus One subsidized by T-Mobile or the $99 starting price of an iPhone subsidized by AT&T. Both of those deals require two-year contracts.
"We'll accept a compatible device on our network," AT&T spokesman Fletcher Cook said. He wouldn't say whether the carrier and Google had discussed the new phone.