Best Android Phones by Carrier February 2011

by Dave Loft

For many people, one way or another they’re stuck with a specific carrier. If your in that boat and looking to get an Android phone in the near future, read on to find out what I recommend getting.

Bell

  • Motorola Atrix ($170 on contract, $600)
  • Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant ($150 on contract, $500)
  • HTC Desire Z ($130 on contract, $500)
  • LG Optimus Chic ($250)

Rogers

  • Samsung Galaxy S Captivate ($100 on contract, $550)
  • Acer Liquid mt ($50 on contract, $400)

Telus

  • HTC Desire HD ($150 on contract, $500)
  • Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate ($150 on contract, $530)
  • HTC Desire ($80 on contract, $450)
  • LG Optimus One ($200)

Virgin Mobile

  • Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant ($150 on contract, $500)
  • HTC Legend (free on contract, $350)

Koodo

  • LG Optimus One ($225)

Videotron

  • Google Nexus One ($50 on contract, $480)

Mobilicity

  • Google Nexus One ($500)

Wind

  • Motorola Milestone XT720 ($400)

AT&T

  • Motorola Atrix 4G ($200 on contract, $500)
  • HTC Inspire 4G ($100 on contract, $400)
  • HTC Aria (free on contract)

Verizon

  • HTC Thunderbolt 4G ($250 on contract, $600)
  • Motorola Droid X ($200 on contract, $570)
  • Motorola Droid 2 Global ($200 on contract, $560)
  • HTC Droid Incredible ($150 on contract, $530)

Sprint

  • Samsung Galaxy S Epic 4G ($250 on contract, $500)
  • HTC Evo 4G ($200 on contract, $450)
  • HTC Evo Shift 4G ($150 on contract, $400)
  • LG Optimus S ($50 on contract, $300)

T-Mobile

  • Google Nexus S ($200 on contract, $530)
  • HTC G2 ($200 on contract, $500)
  • Samsung Galaxy S 4G ($200 on contract, $500)
  • Motorola Defy ($100 on contract, 380)
  • LG Optimus T ($240)
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