One of Britain's biggest telecommunications networks, O2, will be selling the LG Nexus 4 from November 13th.
The mobile phone will be available exclusively through this provider for one month, according to Pocket Lint.
Consumers will be able to get the device for free on a £36-per-month contract, which will presumably be a 24-month agreement.
Buyers will benefit from unlimited calls and text messages, plus 1 GB of inclusive data allowance.
The first 50 people to purchase the Android 4.2 handset from the O2 retail store in London will receive a free LG television.
Aspirant Nexus 4 owners who want to use a different network should be able to buy an unlocked device from the Google Play website from November 13th, and pre-order may start soon.
The model with 8 GB of internal memory costs £239, while the 16 GB version costs £279.
More storage means that a user can keep more video, music and image files, plus extra applications, on their gadget.
Posted by Peter Robinson