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Last Updated: October 27th, 2013

What if I told you that you could cut loose from your current carrier, hop over to Sprint, and snag a Nexus S 4G for free in the process? Would you be down? If so you answered 'yes' to that, then here's your chance, because both Amazon Wireless and Best Buy online are giving this phone away as long as you put your signature on the dotted line saying that you'll be loyal to Sprint for the next two years.

This phone really needs no introduction, but here are the specs anyway:

  • 4 inch 480x800 SAMOLED display
  • 1GHz Hummingbird processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 5MP rear shooter, VGA can 'round front
  • 16GB on-board storage
  • Pure stock Android 2.3.x
  • NFC

Of course, if you would rather just walk into your local Best Buy, go ahead. You'll have to spend one dollar to get the phone, but at least you don't have to wait for shipping that way.

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One of the best things about buying a Nexus device is the fact that they not only get more Google love than other devices - but they get a lot of dev love, too, which ensures a long life. I know people that still have (and love) the Nexus One thanks to dev support and custom ROMs.

So, if this the deal that will send you over to the Now Network, hit the links below to take advantage of it.

[Amazon Wireless]

[Best Buy]

Cameron Summerson
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  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    Prices dropping fast. Definitely clearing out inventory before the next Samsung... dum, dum, dummmmm.

  • jdm4u

    It's the price to cut loose from my current carrier that's keeping me from doing this, but if the deal lasts for a while, i'll probably end up doing it if I can pay my termination fee with T-Mo.

  • Zack

    I don't get it, will they pay your termination fee for you?

  • mario

    If this is a free phone get it! I own one and its the bomb!

  • Josh

    I don't know if it combines with this or if you have to buy it straight from Sprint, but Sprint is offering $125 for porting your number and buying a smart phone! That should help you break your contract with your current carrier.
    http://www.sprint.com/landings/portcredit/?INTCID=TSC:DeviceDetail_050411_PortIn

    • Jimmy

      "Available online, via telesales, and in participating Sprint Stores. Purchases from other retailers are not eligible for the service credit. "

      • Digitalthug

        Exactly..the $125 port-in-credit is only from Sprint themselves. This basically means that you are better off buying it from Sprint and you will profit $14.50 as a credit to your bill.
        The only problem is that upfront you will have to pay $160.50($150+tax), then wait 8 weeks for both the port in credit($125)and mail-in rebate ($50).

        • Josh

          Thank you both for digging into it more than I did and clearing that up for others.