Android Central

Just as planned, Quebec-centric carrier Videotron has today launched the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on its network. Canadians wanting to use Samsung and Google's flagship smartphone on Videotron can now pick one up for the subsidized price of C$149.95, with a qualifying service plan of C$40 or more per month. Or if you don't fancy paying 40 dollars per month for the next three years, Videotron's also selling it on its own at the retail price of C$599.95.

Videtron is the latest in a long list of Canadian networks currently offering the Galaxy Nexus. This includes the big three -- Bell, TELUS and Rogers -- as well as smaller players like Fido, Mobilicity and WIND. Hit the source link for more on Videotron's Galaxy Nexus deals, and check out our review of the thing if for some reason you're still on the fence.

Source: Videotron

 
There are 5 comments

venom845pd says:

Galaxy nexus is overrated.

briankurtz79 says:

So is the iPhone. Whats your point?

trixnrice says:

lol

hmmm says:

Sprint...

chronophilos says:

I wonder how long the Verizon exclusivity is supposed to last. Two months seems like a long time already in phone years.