While we wait for the Galaxy Nexus to receive an official release date on Verizon, Bell and Virgin Mobile have already begun offering the device, right on schedule. Both carriers are offering it for slightly under CA$160, provided you're willing to sign a lengthy three-year agreement (for reference, that's almost long as Android has existed), or around CA$650 off-contract. Canadians wishing to purchase it on a different carrier will have to wait until next year, as the Android flagship is due on Rogers and Telus in January 2012.