Telus is finally ready to be part of the Galaxy Nexus hype train as they are ready to bring the Galaxy Nexus to store shelves on January 13th. That’s tomorrow if you aren’t keeping up. Prices start at $160 (three-year contract) with a huge leap (about $400-450) depending on contract length. We’re always glad to hear another set of customers will be able to enjoy the sweet goodness that is the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich. [Telus via Android Central]
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