Understandably, everybody is really excited about the new Nexus, and we have just had confirmation from Three that they’ll be stocking it.
Sylvia Chind, head of devices at Three, said: “The Nexus 5 has been designed to provide a fantastic Android experience in a light, slim and well-designed smartphone. It gives the user a great experience and with our all-you-can-eat data plans, you can truly make the most of being connected and sharing your latest photos and videos with ease.”
The device comes with the following price options:
- Free if you’re on Three’s One Plan, £26/mo, for 24 months
- £49 up front, for the Ultimate Internet 500 Plan, £29/mo, 500 min, 5000 texts, all you can eat data.
- £49 up front, for the Ultimate Internet 1000 Play, £32/mo, 1000 min, 5000 texts, all you can eat data.
- £399.99 on PAYG, with Three’s 321 rates of 3p/min, 2p/txt/, 1p/MB Data.
Three have made a very handy video that gives you a good over view of the device:
Much like the Nexus 4, the patterns are that if you go via a vendor, the Nexus 5 will be a bit more expensive. However, as we write this, the Nexus 5 16GB version is already sold out, so the vendors might just be where you head to.