Earlier today, Google started selling the off-plan Galaxy Nexus on the new Play Store for $399. Both T-Mobile and AT&T are possible carriers for this device, but T-Mobile obviously has a bunch of love (more than 90 percent anyway) for Android. T-Mobile came out today and told us it has the best plans for the “bring your own device” set:

T-Mobile currently offers SIMs for customers who already have a GSM phone they want to use on the T-Mobile network, including the Galaxy Nexus. In order to set up an unlocked device on T-Mobile’s network, customers simply need to purchase a microSIM card and select a T-Mobile Value plan that suits their needs.

Customers can save up to $50 a month when they bring their own device to a SIM-Only Value Plan. See http://explore.t-mobile.com/phone-sim-card for more details.

It appears that T-Mobile is game for Galaxy Nexus users. Get the $30 monthly prepaid plan here. 

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