Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be launched by Telstra tomorrow. Rogers opens up online reservations for the handset in Canada
Telstra has officially announced that it would become the first Australian mobile carrier to sell the Samsung Galaxy Nexus – it will do it starting tomorrow, December 14, either online, or at its flagship Sydney and Melbourne stores.
Telstra’s Galaxy Nexus will be free on plans starting at $79 per month. To see all the available deals, head on over to the carrier’s official website.
Optus and Vodafone will also release the new smartphone in Australia, most likely on December 15.
In other Galaxy Nexus news – this time for users on the other side of the planet – Canadian carrier Rogers has opened online reservations for the Ice Cream Sandwich handset. If you’re a Rogers customer, you can reserve the new Nexus via the carrier’s Reservation System. Mobile Syrup has a screenshot which shows that there is a $40 reservation fee you must pay:
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