Sprint to Give Away 1,500 Nexus S 4Gs at Open Solutions Conference

Sprint announced today that Samsung will be a premier partner for their 11th annual developer conference, taking place in early November. What does that mean to those who sign up for the three-day event? Well, if you are among the first 1,500 registered attendees, you’ll walk out with a free Nexus S 4G and one month of service.

The Open Solutions Conference gets underway on November 2nd and gives developers a close look at the carrier’s mobile strategies and provides a slew of tools to help create innovative solutions and/or apps. This year’s focus looks to be heavy on NFC and its capabilities, which comes as no surprise considering Sprint’s Google Wallet ties. Speaking of which, look for a number of smart posters and NFC-enabled vending machines scattered about the conference so you can tap your Nexus S 4G and take advantage of the new-ish technology

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