Best Buy offering Nexus S for $99 for new 2yr T-Mobile activations
Well looky here, Best Buy just lowered our favorite Android 2.3 AKA Gingerbread carrier to just $99 with prerequisite 2yr activation. Seeing as the Samsung Nexus S is still the only retail device that is currently saddled with stock Gingerbread, this is quite the deal.
I just saw one of these the other day while perusing a local Best Buy and I could not believe how fast it was compared to any one of my Droid’s. Definitely still a crown jewel in the Android diadem.
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