Three confirms Samsung Galaxy Nexus pricing

The company confirmed it would be offering the latest Google phone just hours after the official launch, but the pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on the Three network has only just been confirmed, days before the shelf date.

The pricing we've been going off is the pricing offered via Phones 4u last month, which seemed a little heavy. Thankfully, Three undercuts that, although you'll have to commit to a two-year contract to get the deals. The entry-level price for the phone is £34 per month over those two years, which incluides a monthly allowance of 500 minutes, 5,000 texts and 1GB of data. If that's not enough, you can opt for 'all-you-can-eat' data for £37 per month or go for the One Plan for £40, which offers that same data, plus 2,000 calling minutes.

The company also confirmed that it will offer the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on a pay-as-you-go deal – £499.99 is the price for that. Of course, the other alternative is another network. Both O2 and Vodafone have said they are stocking it, but neither network has, as yet, delivered the all-important pricing details. With the launch in the UK confirmed as 17 November, that doesn't leave a lot of time for consumers to shop around for the best deal.

In the meantime, you might want to get up-close to the first Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone itself. You can get a complete breakdown of the handset here, along with a good look at the Ice Cream Sandwich OS here.

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