Google has cut the price of the unlocked GSM model of Galaxy Nexus to $350 for quite some time now on its Play Store. Now there’s more good deal to be had for those looking to score the Verizon variant of the phone. You can get the smartphone that Apple tried to silence and take down through patent litigation on the nation’s biggest carrier for free.
Best Buy is currently offering the Galaxy Nexus for gratis on its website, as long as you say to yes to Big Red’s data and voice plan proposal for the next two years. The zero-dollar pricing is valid for new customers and upgrading ones, and it will ship in 2-5 business days. You have until August 25 to purchase the phone there.
It was only a week ago that Verizon reduced the price of the Galaxy Nexus to $99. So that’s your option to get the phone straight from the carrier if you don’t want to deal with the hassle of a third-party purchase.
The Galaxy Nexus has had a mini revival in the last few weeks, after it topped the carrier’s best seller list in the first month or so of its availability. With the introduction of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, one that unfortunately has not made it to the Verizon variant yet, and said attempt by Apple, the Galaxy Nexus remains one of the more popular Android phones in the market.
With its 4.65-inch Super AMOLED display, dual-core processor, and a promise of a pure Google experience, the Galaxy Nexus is one phone that you don’t want to miss out, especially at that attractive price of zero.