Already for sale on rival Canadian carriers Bell and Virgin Mobile, the Galaxy Nexus will become available to Telus customers beginning January 13th. This according to a post on the company's Twitter page earlier today, which unfortunately lacked anything in the way of pricing details. The competition launched Google's flagship Ice Cream Sandwich handset for around CA$160 (~$157 USD) on a three-year contract, a figure we would hope Telus plans to match if not undercut. According to Samsung, Rogers will also be receiving the Nexus on the same day, making good on an earlier pledge to bring the Android 4.0 device to its subscribers this month. Come January 13th, it'll be a perfect three-for-three among Canada's national carriers — a little better than the US can claim at this point.
Coming to TELUS on January 13th, the Android 4.0 powered Galaxy Nexus! ow.ly/8j6Gc— TELUS (@TELUS) January 5, 2012
Rogers and Telus will begin carrying the Galaxy Nexus by Samsung starting January 13th!— Samsung Mobile CAN (@SamsungMobileCA) January 5, 2012