Nexus One Headed To France On A Subsidized Basis?

Nexus One Headed To France On A Subsidized Basis?

The wonderful, well praised, and undersold Nexus One from Google and HTC seems to be heading to France on the Bouygues Telecom network.

What is more, it may be hopping to the French countryside in subsidized form, allowing for a much wider adoption among the people of France than it is have found at home in the United States.

No specific date has been set, but it is expected to drop in late April, perhaps around the time the Nexus One lands on Verizon in the United States, and on Vodafone in the United Kingdom. Finally, we may hear of people aside from the technorati buying Google’s wonderful creation.

The Nexus One is the current crown-wearer in the Android world, with the Droid nipping at its heels. Some people do prefer the Droid over the Nexus One, but if you can get by without a physical keyboard, the Nexus One out runs the Droid.

The phone has never hit its stride being sold online and for a single carrier, with access to three more providers in a total of three countries that should change. And about time, Google got the phone all dressed up, and seems to be just now finding a dance for it to go to.

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