AT&T's stock price is up 15 cents, selling at $36.41 a share, while Vodafone's listing on the Nasdaq climbed 79 cents, or 2.18 percent, to $37.11 in late-day trading. AT&T is considering another crack at buying Vodafone, the world's second-largest mobile carrier, according to a new report. AT&T is once again said to be vying for the world's second-largest mobile carrier, Vodafone. AT&T's executives are currently "laying the groundwork" for a takeover of the carrier, which could expand both companies' reach to more than 500 million wireless subscribers, according to Bloomberg.
Within only minutes of the launch, shipping times began to slip to a week or more, I've reached out to Google for clarification on Nexus 5 availability, It's happened with past Play Store launches that an "out of inventory" message appeared prematurely due to heavy icy blue blast iphone case inbound traffic, and it seems that's what's happened here as well, So keep checking back and refreshing that Play Store link as well as checking back here for updates, I'll update this post when I hear back from Google, Meanwhile, check out CNET's Nexus 5 hands-on and the rest of our coverage, Also, let us know in the comments if you've been able to order your own new Nexus phone, or if you even plan to..
Updated at 1:25 p.m. to reflect that all Nexus 5 models were again in stock. After what seemed like an interminable wait, Google's new Android KitKat reference phone is here -- but some models might already be gone. Less than an hour after the Nexus 5 -- the first phone to run Android KitKat -- officially hit the Google Play store around 11 a.m. PT, the online store was already showing certain models of the smartphone as "out of inventory."Another hour or so later, all four combinations (16 or 32 GB in black or white) were again available with a note that they would leave the warehouse by November 8. It's likely that these stock and shipping statuses will continue to bounce around for a while.
Of course many will likely choose to scoop up the Nexus 5 unlocked through the Google Play store, The compelling smartphone starts at $349 (16GB), with a 32GB version costing $399, That's quite a steal for an unlocked device, especially considering it's the first phone to offer Android 4.4 KitKat, Google also confirmed that Verizon will not add the coveted phone to its roster, Google's latest Nexus phone, the Nexus 5, will land on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile for the holidays, The long-awaited icy blue blast iphone case Nexus 5 Android handset made by LG was just made official by Google, Expected to be sold in an unlocked model, the new smartphone will also hit AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in time for the holiday season..
Specifically, Sprint will offer up the Nexus 5 for $149.99 after rebates and a two-year contract agreement. T-Mobile on the other hand also plans to sell the Nexus 5, "in the coming weeks" but no pricing has yet be announced. AT&T hasn't disclosed it will carry the device per se, but Google has confirmed the Nexus 5 is capable of connecting properly to Ma Bell which could be a hint that the carrier indeed has a Nexus 5 model in the works. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.