Looks like the Nexus One is going to be available on most of the US networks pretty soon. T-mobile already has Sprint plans, with the Verizon CDMA version coming soon. In addition to that Google also added support for new providers including AT&T and Rogers Canada in the unlocked versions.
Now, Sprint just did a press release saying that the Nexus One from Google will be available on the Sprint network shortly. The press release says:
Nexus One, the first wireless phone sold through Google(TM)’s web store, is planned for Sprint’s 3G Mobile Broadband Network. Sprint (NYSE:S) will announce pricing and an exact availability date soon. Nexus One will benefit from Sprint’s 3G network with twice the coverage of AT&T and 10 times the coverage of T-Mobile, both based on square miles.
However, the pricing and availability date has not been made available yet, but the Nexus One will most likely come to Sprint with a 2 year contract like T-mobile and Verizon Wireless and may be sold for under $200.
However, it is still disappointing that Google is hell bent on keeping the phone sales and online only affair, even though that has eventually turned into poor sales for the Nexus One. We will keep you updated on the release date and pricing plans for the Nexus One on Sprint.