By Jaime Rivera | August 19, 2011 7:14 AM
Sprint has just announced that one of their best 4G Smartphones has just gotten more affordable. The Google Nexus S 4G is now selling for $29.99 after a new two-year contract, which is a dramatic price drop from the launch fee of $200 over the same conditions. Now, to top that off, you could simply choose to save yourself those $30 and get the same Nexus S 4G at either Best Buy or Amazon for free after you sign the Sprint contract.
Rumors have Google already preparing to bring forth a new generation Smartphone that brings the full Android experience. The name is hinted to be the Google Nexus Prime, and these sales indicate that they are probably preparing to get rid of their excess inventories in order to embrace the new device. As it stands, any Nexus Smartphone is a smart choice even at its full price. Google’s Nexus smartphones are the only ones that don’t have to beg for the option of a software update, as no intermediate manufacturer is involved in approving it. With so many customers complaining about their phones barely getting Gingerbread this month after almost a year of being launched, we do recommend you give this deal a look if you’re interested in a new phone on Sprint.