Phones4U has announced the availability of the Google Nexus One both on their website and in their retail stores across the United Kingdom. Until now, the only way to get a Nexus One was through Vodafone, who launched the device for free on contract last week Friday. Tomorrow, you’ll be able to get the phone on a 24-month contract for £35 per month, which includes 600 minutes, unlimited text messaging, 1GB of data, and unlimited WiFi. Phones 4U spokesperson Russell Braterman said:
“We’re really proud to be one of the first mobile retailers to stock Google’s Nexus One and we anticipate a rush of customers to be the first to get their hands on the phone.”
If you’ve been having a hard time finding the Nexus One direct from Vodafone, this could be your saving grace. Although there were reports that Vodafone was short-stocked for the release, those worries were quickly washed away. Still, choice is always a factor so if you fancy buying from Phones 4U instead, then this should please you.
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