Nexus S 4G Price Drops to $99 at Sprint

Filed under News by Kenneth Pennington on July 12, 2011 at 5:36 PM
Nexus S 4G Price at Sprint

Nexus S 4G Price at Sprint

Still looking for some stock Android 2.3.4 (or 2.3.5) love? Want a phone that’s all Google with a little dash of Sprint? Today’s your lucky day. Google’s Nexus S 4G device will see its price drop a full one hundred dollars from the original retail price. Now, with a two-year contract, Sprint customers can get their hands on a Nexus S 4G for just $99.99.

Packed with the latest version of Android Gingerbread, a Super AMOLED 4-inch display, and a powerful 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, the Nexus S 4G is one of Sprint’s top Android devices.

Anyone thinking about a NS4G purchase now that the price is below one hundred bucks?

4 Responses to “Nexus S 4G Price Drops to $99 at Sprint”

  1. Actually I am now…

  2. I am thinking of buying two . . . oh, wait!  I just bought a Moto Atrix 4G, which is like buying two Nses, and I got it for . . . wait for it . . . $30 on Amazon.  Yes, I get a world of hurt with AT&T, so maybe it all evens out?

    • Well it’s not really the price of the phone that matters, it’s how much your spending per month

      • $70 for 450/250/2gb, cheaper than Sprint AYCE data w/450min.  I have Verizon Unlimited data, with the added benefit of speaking to intelligible people from north america when calling customer service, but it costs more ;)

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