Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus sign up page is live with choice of seven different carriers


As of yet, a grand total of zero carriers in the US have announced they will be carrying the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We’re more than sure Verizon will be carrying it, and we’ve seen evidence of a version compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile. Google has their own signup page for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but it’s nothing more than an email submission. Samsung’s sign up page however is a little different, asking you to select your carrier, and the choices are:

  • AT&T
  • Cellular South
  • Metro PCS
  • Sprint
  • T-Mobile
  • US Cellular
  • Verizon
We have no confirmation that Samsung has made the Galaxy Nexus for all these US carriers, but it may be a clue as to who will be carrying it. If you’re on one of the smaller ones like Cellular South, Metro PCS or US Cellular, we recommend you head over to the page and sign up for updates. Who knows, if the demand is high enough, it might change somebody’s mind somewhere.


[via Android Community]

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