The Samsung-made Google Nexus S is slowly starting to become available in more and more places worldwide. And, since its predecessor, the Nexus One, has been sold in Canada, it was expected that it would too.
Mobilicity CEO Dave Dobbin sat down with a few members of Howard Forums and basically outright stated that they will be carrying the Nexus S starting in March. However, he added, the Nexus S will also be available from Rogers, Bell, and Telus.
See for yourself in the video below (the interesting stuff starts at about the 2:59 mark):
So, unlike in the US, where the only carrier you can get the Nexus S on is T-Mobile, in Canada, there will be no shortage of choices and you will basically be able to get the purest Google Android experience regardless of your carrier. An interesting thing, given how eager carriers sometimes are to have unique propositions in the smartphone space.
Of course, the pricing for the Nexus S in Canada may vary depending on carrier, but there’s no information on that yet. You’ll know when we know.
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