The UK network is now giving customers the smartphone, which is the first in the world to come with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, for free on a two year £41-a-month contract, according to its press release.
For your money you get 1,200 minutes, unlimited text messages and 750MB of data to use as you wish. You also get access to Vodafone’s Data Test Drive, which means you can use as much data as you like for the first three months of your contract.
The cheapest plan with which you can get the Galaxy Nexus is £26 per month, and it gives you 100 minutes, 500 texts, and 250 MB of data, but choosing this plan requires you to pay £299 for the phone outright. The most expensive plan costs £56 per month and has 3,000 minutes, unlimited texts, and 1 GB of data included.
There’s also the option to sell your current mobile to Vodafone for as much as £270 if you use its new service, Vodafone Buyback.
There are some other options as well, so make sure you think long and hard before choosing a plan which is adequate for you. When you’re ready to pick, head on over to Vodafone .
Sporting a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display, a dual core 1.2GHz processor, Android 4.0 and 1080p video recording, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a powerful piece of smartphone machinery.
However, the launch of the device, which has been plagued by a volume bug that made the phone difficult to use, meant a number of users have been left with a sour taste in their mouths.