The Nexus S Is Now Available!

The time is finally here, the Nexus S is available for all to buy from Best Buy right this second. You can go unlocked, on contract or just pop into a store and give the live demo device a try. Whatever your fancy you have the option of doing so right this very minute. Let’s give a little recap so you know what to expect today:

Don’t forget that all orders from BestBuy.com will receive free overnight shipping from December 16th through December 22nd! If you want to pop into a store, check out the store list of all the Best Buy locations that are carrying the Nexus S on contract.

Don’t forget, if you don’t want to spread some cash down for this device our friends at Phonedog are giving two away. Check out this post for more info!

Best Buy Mobile

Timing: Online sales of Nexus S begin at 8 a.m. Eastern time to coincide with the opening of Best Buy stores on the East Coast. As a reminder, all Best Buy stores have adjusted their holiday hours to open at 8 a.m.

Availability: Nexus S is available in all Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile specialty stores. Exact inventory will vary by store. Nexus S will be sold out on a first-come, first-serve basis with a limit of 2 per phones customer.

Demo phones: All Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores will have a Nexus S demo phone on-hand so customers can see and experience the phone.

Pricing: The Nexus S is an unlocked phone and can be purchased without contract for $529. The Nexus S can also be purchased for $199 with a T-Mobile two-year service agreement and qualifying voice and data plan. Nexus S can also be purchased for $249.99 for add-a-line activations.

  • Upgrade Checker: A quick and easy service that gives customers the ability to see when they are eligible for their next phone upgrade. When the upgrade time is nearing, customers receive a complimentary reminder call, e-mail or text message.
  • Walk Out Working™: Free in-store smart phone setup by a Best Buy Mobile Phone Specialist who will sync personal email accounts, set up Bluetooth headsets, transfer contacts and activate other services to allow the customer to leave the store with a fully functional new smart phone.

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  • Dma

    It’s a google phone, just like the Nexus one, it will get the updates first, it’s not controlled by samsung or the carrier, you are incorrect.

  • Jrj

    Yea you dumb sh!t. Its a google phone meaning you get the pure google experience just like the Nexus 1

  • JC

    Upgraded from a Vibrant. I bought the last one at BB Ontario, CA and I just have to say this phone is awesome, NO GPS issues, very fast and smooth!!! Now I don’t have to rely on Samsung for updates, I’ll be getting them quickly from Google… chika chika yeah!

  • JC

    Upgraded from a Vibrant. I bought the last one at BB Ontario, CA and I just have to say this phone is awesome, NO GPS issues, very fast and smooth!!! Now I don’t have to rely on Samsung for updates, I’ll be getting them quickly from Google… chika chika yeah!

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  • Swapngreen.com

    The nexus S, do you guys think this phone is better then the new iPhone 4, because I think the nexus is way better then the new iPhone but please remember we buy mobile phones at http://www.swapngreen.com

  • Anonymous

    stupid comment

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