Galaxy Nexus hits Vodafone UK, 4G version coming to the US 12.12
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is now available at Vodafone UK stores for free starting from 41 quid on a two year deal. Meanwhile in the US the 4G LTE Galaxy Nexus for Verizon has been spotted on an alleged BestBuy inventory shot and rumored to appear in stores on December 11.
One of Android's hottest has been available in the US unlocked for the whopping $750 since last month. And it did launch in the UK to O2 and was listed by Phones4u too. Vodafone UK finally hopped on to the Galaxy Nexus bandwagon and offers the ICS droid in a variety of 5 plans, all of which two year.
Interestingly the Carphone Warehouse has the Galaxy Nexus listed for free on a 36 quid a month deal with Vodafone, Orange and O2 UK, which is 5 pounds cheaper than the Vodafone deal.
If you're a UK resident (and Vodafone subscriber) and are bent on getting the first ICS-certified droid with a 720p display of SuperAMOLED goodness, check out the link below.
the galaxy nexus wont work on vodaphone on the 4g network when the 4g network comes out. its on the wrong band
- 2012-09-20 13:47
ya but t-mobil service sucks its 4g is like verizons 3g
- 2011-12-08 22:22
Not if your a customer already I have been told you have to wait another week or so, quiet bad really !
- 2011-12-04 20:51