March 17, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
And Sprint makes four! The Google Nexus One will soon be available on every major U.S. cellular provider, as Sprint has confirmed that it will carry the device “soon.”
One day after Google began offering the Nexus One on AT&T, Sprint executive Fared Adib said, “[The] Nexus One is a powerful device that belongs on a powerful network,” via press release. Sprint declined to say how much it would cost or when it would be released, but we can expect one of two prices: the full price of $529 that AT&T customers must pay, or perhaps something similar to $179 via subsidy that eligible T-Mobile customers enjoy.
The Nexus One sales have reached an estimated 134,000 in 74 days, but that’s due to the unique distribution method used by Google. Sprint may help bolster those sales by becoming the last major carrier to confirm that it will have a Nexus One compatible with its 3G network.