As one of the most sought after smartphones in the galaxy, the Nexus 4 has left many Android enthusiasts feeling frustrated due to the seemingly little stock that Google has of the phone – at least when it comes to the unlocked version of the pure Google device on Play Store. If you don’t mind the long wait, Three UK and TalkTalk will soon be offering the Nexus 4.
Starting from December 13, the Nexus 4 will be available for purchase from Three stores and online. The mighty phone will cost £29 up front, but don’t forget about the £35 monthly payment that you’ll be stuck with for the next two years.
You can also get the phone outright for £399, which is a touch more expensive than what Carphone Warehouse is selling the unlocked Nexus 4 for.
Meanwhile, TalkTalk is hoping to lure new customers to its network by throwing in a free Nexus 7 for folks who pre-order the Nexus 4 there. The phone costs next to nothing, while the monthly plan starts at £30. Just like Three, TalkTalk said that the Nexus 4 will be in stock on December 13.
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hope Google have sent ones to those of us on “backorder” before the 3rd parties begin to sell them!
Screw LG and their pricing strategy. Now I’m even less likely to buy an LG, unless its a Nexus ofc.
This phone is ment to be cheap but insted they are trying to make a BIG profit