Ok, time for a little shameful self promotion!
It’s fair to say the Google Nexus S hasn’t set the world alight, but why is this? The handset is an outstanding example of beautiful design, the hardware is as up to date as any other Android devices currently available especially the Samsung Galaxy S and unlike the Nexus One, Google’s latest variant of the Nexus does have some major advantages over it’s competition.
The Pure Google software experience means there is no manufacturer presence on the OS and shows exactly how great the Android operating systems is. Also running full Gingerbread 2.3, the Nexus S really does sit on the cutting edge of mobile OS.
With this in mind the Nexus S has generally seen less sales then it’s non-identical twin the Galaxy S. So why is this? We believe the answer is deal strength. However as of today the Nexus S gets the offers it deserves.
Mobiles.co.uk now has the Google Nexus S free on tariffs from as low as £25.54 per month! Here’s a list of the best tariffs and discounts we offer.
£25.54 per month. This gives you 300 Minutes, unlimited texts and 500 MB of data. With this tariff you can just enjoy the handset with no more work to do at all. Click here for the best deals Nexus S.
If 300 minutes isn’t enough you can get the Nexus S with 900 Minutes, Unlimited texts and 6 months free line rental giving you an effective cost of £26.80 per month. This requires some redemption work but well worth it!
You may have noticed the O2 Tariff might not suit your data needs so if you want it all T-mobile is definitely the network for you. 900 Minutes 500 texts and unlimited web browsing with an effective monthly cost of 26.81 per month. This is including 6 months half price line rental through redemption. This saves you an £210 versus our previous offer on this tariff.
These offers are available now! We think hope you’ll agree that these discounts combined with one of the slickest Android handsets should tick all the boxes and then some. Click here to see our full range of tariffs and discounts for the Nexus S and keep checking the blog for updates on anything mobile.