The smartphone is available for as low as $160 on a three-year agreement
Rogers, TELUS and Fido have already confirmed they will launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on January 13. However, it appears that Rogers and Fido have started to sell the device at some locations across the country.
According to the folks over at MobileSyrup, Galaxy Nexus units have started to arrive at various Fido’s stores and the carrier is already selling the device.
Fido Galaxy Nexus is available for as low as $160 with a new three-year agreement. Customers who want to avoid being tied by long-term contract will need to shell out no less than $600 upfront for this one.
It appears that Fido matched both Rogers and Bell prices, but TELUS is said to launch its Galaxy Nexus for only $99.99 on a three-year term, at least for a limited time.