Sprint has lowered the prices for both the two-year and no-contract plans for its version of the Nexus 6 just a few days after it started selling the smartphone. It will offer a $50 bill credit for anyone who purchased the 6-inch Android 5.0 Lollipop device ahead of those changes.
Sprint is now selling the 32GB Midnight Blue edition of the Nexus 6 for $249 with a two-year contract, rather than $299. The no-contract price has also been lowered to $648, compared to the original $696. Easy Pay prices will go down from $29 to $27 a month for 24 months. This is a permanent change and not a promotional price.
Customers who purchased the Nexus 6 from Sprint between November 14 and 18 at the higher price will get a $50 credit on their next bill.
Source: Sprint via Android Police