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Vodafone release Galaxy Nexus now volume bug is fixed

The Samsung Galaxy Nexus handset was released in the UK a couple of weeks ago in the UK with the Ice Cream Sandwich running smartphone available on a couple of carriers. Now the choice for consumers has increased as Vodafone release the Galaxy Nexus now the volume bug has been fixed.

The carrier has officially announced the availability of the device as they make a later entrance to the ICS party. If you are interested in getting the device on the carrier you can get it for free on a two year contract priced at £41 per month. According to USwitch this will get you 1200 minutes along with unlimited text messages and 750MB of data.

If you want a shorter contract you can have the same allowances on an eighteen month contract for £46 per month. For a smaller monthly outgoing you can pay £99 upfront for the Galaxy Nexus and a £36 monthly charge will get you the same allowances as the above contract but with 900 minutes of talk time.

The contracts from Vodafone will also offer subscribers the carriers Data Test Drive deal, which will give you all you can eat data for the first three months of the contract. On top of this you can also get 2GB of data at various BT Openzone hotspots.

Vodafone had revealed they would be offering the handset when it was first launched, but for some reason only just made it available. This has led some to speculate the delay was down to the issues surrounding the volume bug, which has now been fixed following the release of a software update. Other retailers have recently stated that they have received fresh stock of the device without any bug affecting them.

Have you been waiting to get the Galaxy Nexus on Vodafone?

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Written by Gary Johnson

Gary has a background in engineering and passion for motorcycles, gadgets, and home cinema. In his early years, his obsession for Hi-Fi technology would see him creating the perfect setup with a good ear for sound quality. While Gary is keen to write about most topics that PR covers, his love for phones finds him reporting a lot of news about applications for iPhone, Android, and other popular operating systems

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