Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S), meanwhile, plans to launch a CDMA version of the phone soon. It will be sold with a two-year contract. A spokesperson for the vendor tells Light Reading Mobile that there's no detail on how much the phone and plan will cost yet.
This means that Verizon Wireless is the only major carrier that isn't supporting the Nexus yet. Rumor has it that a Verizon version could be unveiled at the CTIA show next week.
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