The big news this week is that the Google Nexus S, by Samsung, is now available. It’s sold exclusively at Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores. You can buy it carrier unlocked (no A&TT 3G) and without a contact for $529.99. If you want to sign up for a new T-Mobile contract you can get the phone for $199.99. However, you can only buy it on contract at Best Buy stores that sell T-Mobile. Don’t want to hassle with finding the right store? Buy it online and get free express shipping!
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