BEST DEALS: Galaxy Nexus on £20.42 contract, plus £99 fee

Finally, some downwards movement in the price of the Galaxy Nexus. Online shop currently has what we believe is the cheapest Galaxy Nexus contract out there, making it available on a £20.54 monthly T-Mobile contract with a one-off £99 fee today.

It’s a fairly useful bundle, too, coming with 300 minutes of talktime, 300 SMS messages and T-Mobile’s very popular “unlimited” data bundle. For a total price of £590 over your 24 month contract.


Very nice price for the Galaxy Nexus if you’re in a T-Mobile area and don’t mind a 24-month contract. Check out the deals over at We can’t work out how to link to that specific one, so scroll down until you find it.

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  1. I compared the £20.42 deals and the £99 upfront offer didn’t say it comes with data, but the £199 offer does?

  2. Gary_C

     /  January 5, 2012

    There’s “Text 300″ and “Web 300″ up there for the same £99 price. Text gives you unlimited texts, while Web is for unlimited data.

  3. beefyburt

     /  January 5, 2012

    Make sure tis the current Nexus, as some call the new one just Nexus, others Nexus S, but all use the same picture. Ive just helped my daughter get one of the new Ice cream sarnie ones, for £31/month, free handset, with 600 mins, unlimited texts and 500gb unlimited data, 7 months 1/2 price rental via redemption, from Vodafone via BUT, at Carphonewarehouse they had the old Nexus on offer but using the new picture. Caveat Empotor!!

  4. Timbo

     /  January 5, 2012

    Er, 500MB unlimited data? I assume you mean just 500MB then a charge for going over that amount, is and extra £5 for every (part of) 500MB?

    • Tafkawac

       /  January 5, 2012

      The 500mb is for video or music streaming etc, the unlimited bit is for just web browsing. The idea being that you can surf as much as you like, as long as it’s not too data intensive.

  5. Mark

     /  January 5, 2012

    Does this offer also include a flexible booster so you can get discounted calls or unlimited texts etc?

    Any ideas?

    If it did then this is a very good offer.

    • Tafkawac

       /  January 5, 2012

      The flexible booster is the unlimited web, you can change this to any other booster, or add one for a fiver a go.

  6. beefyburt

     /  January 5, 2012

    Tmobile call it unlimited but its not, its 500mb, like all the others except 3.

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