Google Nexus 4 Now Available From Three U.K. As O2 Exclusivity Ends
Been itching to get the Google Nexus 4 but don’t want to join O2 for some reason? Maybe a contract with Three would be better for you. The carrier has just become only the second in the United Kingdom to offer Google’s latest smartphone, breaking its month-long exclusivity to O2.
The handset’s also available through Google Play, of course, but it comes SIM-free and unsubsidized — it’s also incredibly difficult to get hold of from Google, with customers currently facing a six-week wait for delivery.
Three will be offering the 16GB handset for £35 (approx. $56) with a two-tear commitment, with a £29 (approx. $47) upfront fee. The deal includes unlimited 3G data, 2,000 minutes, and 5,000 texts. The carrier is currently promising delivery the next working day when you order online, so those who get their order in today will have their new handset on Monday.
You’ll also be able to get the handset in Three stores across the U.K.