Price drops are everywhere right now. That’s awesome news for those of you who are looking to buy a new phone, of course. It seems like there are many more price cuts and deals per day now than ever before.
However, most of those usually come from third-party retailers, and not from the carriers directly. Most of the time, a carrier will stick with the launch price for a device even after many months have passed. It depends on the handset itself, its features, and how well it sells of course, but that’s generally what happens.
Not so with Sprint’s Samsung Google Nexus S 4G. This phone was going for $199.99 when it was launched, but it’s already seen its first major price cut – and from Sprint itself. The Nexus S 4G can now be had for just $99.99, with a new two-year service agreement.
That’s exactly half of the price it had when it launched little over two months ago. So if you want an Android smartphone, but would rather get the ‘pure Google’ experience, and don’t mind Sprint as your carrier, this is one solid deal.
Aside from having still decent specs and running (always) the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, Sprint’s Nexus S also connects to the carrier’s WiMax (4G) network for enhanced data speeds. It’s really a great buy if you ask us. So make your way to Sprint and order one.
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