The Samsung-made Google Nexus S is the latest ‘pure Google’ Android device, and the successor to the Nexus One. So far the US has seen two versions of this phone. The first one works on T-Mobile, and the Nexus S 4G is made specifically for Sprint. However, now another carrier (if a regional one) has started selling a Nexus S of its own.
Cincinnati Bell now offers the Samsung Nexus S 3G for $149.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate) with a new two-year contract. The off-contract price is pretty cheap at $299.99 (also after a $50 mail-in rebate).
This looks like it’s in fact the same device that Best Buy sells for use on T-Mobile’s network, and so it’s going to do 3G roaming just fine almost anywhere in the world.
Cincinnati Bell offers free UPS shipping for this phone, and the activation fee (usually $35) has been waived.
If Cincinnati Bell is your carrier of choice, then this is a great offer. Getting the Nexus S will ensure that you’ll always run the absolute latest version of Android, so if that’s important to you, there’s no better device out there right now. If you’re interested, go to Cincinnati Bell and place your order.
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