Galaxy Nexus signup page goes live with seven U.S. carriers listed

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Which carrier would you choose?

Samsung’s signup page for the Galaxy Nexus has gone live this afternoon, giving interested consumers a chance to”get the latest” on the new handset.  Widely expected to arrive as a Verizon exclusive at first, U.S. consumers may have to wait a bit before it hits other carriers.  As to which wireless providers this includes remains to be seen.  A quick peek at the part of the form marked ‘carrier preference’ lets us choose from one of seven service providers.

  • AT&T
  • T-Mobile
  • Sprint
  • Verizon
  • MetroPCS
  • Cellular South (C Spire)
  • U.S. Cellular

This is not to suggest that all of the carriers listed is expected to offer the Galaxy Nexus any time soon, but it’s a start.  How great is it to see all four big guys as well as no-contract players like MetroPCS listed?

Which carrier would you choose?

Assuming you want the Galaxy Nexus for yourself (who wouldn’t?), which is the best carrier?

8 COMMENTS

  1. Yeah, don’t get too excited, the S2 had the same thing right before the US launch and you see how well that worked out for verizon

    • Exactly.  I waiting 3 months excitedly for nothing.  Verizon would have had a sale if their version of the GS2 had LTE.  Verizon = Epic Fail this time.

  2. Desperately hoping it goes to Sprint, but the signs aren’t looking good. Verizon is way too overpriced, AT&T is a terrible and network, and after being throttled down to dialup this speeds by T-Mobile for using their product too much, I am ready to head to Sprint.

  3. Your hottest handset has exclusivity to one carrier when Apple woke up and offered the I phone on multiple carriers = clever way to competer google. 

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