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?

About author

AndroidGuys
AndroidGuys 4625 posts

Founded on November 5, 2007, we've enjoyed bringing you the latest in Android news and rumors. Updated daily, we strive to deliver reviews, opinions, and updates on all things related to Android.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Cricket offers up huge discounts on select Android devices

Cricket Wireless, not wanting to skip out on all of the holiday promotions, has announced some upcoming savings of its own. Starting November 14 and running though January 8, customers

News and Rumors

34 Weeks of OHA #27

Regular series detailing the members of the Open Handset Alliance. This edition features Sprint Nextel.

News and Rumors

Is Google’s new app policy just a bunch of lip service?

Remember early this month when Google advised they would be taking a more proactive approach to removing shoddy or spammy apps?  Designed to keep the the Google Play Store a

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?

Leave a Reply