Nexus One to Verizon, Vodafone in Spring 2010

So after weeks of rumors and leaks, the Nexus One is here. The website google.com/phone is now up,running, and taking orders for the “Google” phone. As expected the phone can be bought unlocked for $529 or with T-Mobile for $179, but those aren’t the only two options.

At the bottom of the “What Would You Like To Buy?” page, there is a Verizon section. The website states that soon there will be a Nexus One for Verizon,  available in spring 2010. Under Verizon, there is also a blurb with a link the sends you to the Droid, for those of us who can’t wait for the Nexus One (N1).  Below that, there is also a placeholder saying the Nexus One will be in Europe in spring 2010 for Vodafone.

Are there any other carriers you’d like to see pick up a subsidy deal with the Nexus One?

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6 Comments

  1. NQ Logic
    January 06, 15:07 Reply

    Google is moving down in the stack to challenge B2C opponents with an open architecture and new sets of standards. In creating a post-revenue business model, Google can only manage success if consumers accept a co-branding and outsourced manufactured device … NQ Logic recommends reading about the rest of the new Google's mobile strategy at http://www.nqlogic.com

  2. Humility Jones
    January 06, 16:08 Reply

    Thanks for this completely useless description of what a page on the internet says. You've really brought that page to life.

  3. aglide
    January 06, 19:45 Reply

    Sprint would be great. It's CDMA like Verizon, right?

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