08/03/2011 11:02 am ET | Updated Oct 03, 2011

Get The Google Nexus S Free At Best Buy--But Only Today

If you were planning on buying a Google Nexus S smartphone but were waiting for prices to come down, today might be your lucky day.

Best Buy announced this morning that it was making all models of the Google Nexus S line of phones available for free with either two-year contract renewals or new two-year contracts to AT&T, Sprint, or T-Mobile, according to a company press release.

There are three versions of the Nexus S available from Best Buy: the T-Mobile Nexus S, the Sprint Nexus S 4G, and the AT&T version of the Google Nexus S, which is still only available at Best Buy. All of the phones run Android 2.3, Gingerbread ("the fastest version of Android available"), and feature multi-touch screens, four-inch displays, and NFC-chips for wireless payment through your cell phone.

The Nexus S could use some good publicity, after an advertisement for it was called the "worst commercial of the year" by Technabob (See it below).

Google unveiled this line of Nexus S phones in December 2010. The offer ends tonight at 1 A.M. EST.