Galaxy Nexus available Dec. 15 on Verizon with LTE

Summary:The Galaxy Nexus with 4G LTE will be available from Verizon on Dec. 15. Yes, that is tomorrow.

Verizon has confirmed to me that the Galaxy Nexus with LTE goodness will be available tomorrow. The phone will sell for $299.99 with a new two-year contract, and will qualify for Verizon's double data promotion. This promotion has you pay the price for a data plan, say 2GB, and get 4GB instead.

The Galaxy Nexus on Verizon requires one of the following data plans:

2GB, 5GB, 10GB which costs $30, $50, $80 per month respectively. The ability to use the Galaxy Nexus LTE connection as a mobile hotspot is an extra $20.

More important than the announcement of tomorrow's launch date, Verizon also informed me I will have one tomorrow so detailed hands-on coverage of the best Android phone with LTE is forthcoming.

Topics: Verizon, Google, Mobility, Telcos

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