Since the Google Nexus announcement yesterday we’ve received a ton of email enquiries here at Talk Android Towers asking about the “Nexus One Sprint” and whether the Nexus One is available on the Sprint network.
In short. No, the Google Nexus One is not currently compatible with the Sprint network. Right now, the only way to get the Nexus One on contract in the US is through the T-Mobile network on their T-Mobile Even More individual 500 plan with the handset priced at $179. Alternatively you can shell out for the unlocked SIM-free handset itself priced at $529.
From early Spring Verizon Wireless will also carry the handset, but it isn’t yet known what pricing plans they will offer. The Verizon Nexus One will be a CDMA model which will also support the Sprint network but whether or not Sprint will carry the device remains to be seen.
So, to clarify, at present the Nexus One device currently for sale does not support the Sprint network, but that isn’t to say it won’t eventually be made available across their network later this year.
Hope that clears that up :)
You can find more information on the handset and carriers at the Google phone store.