AT&T started pre-orders for the Nexus 6 earlier this week, and now Sprint has commenced sales of the device online and through retail channels. The latest device in the Nexus series can be yours for $0 down (not including sales tax) if you go with Sprint's easy pay plans, which will see you paying $29 monthly for 24 months. If you're willing to sign a new two-year agreement, the Nexus 6 is available for $299.
That's for the 32GB variant in Midnight Blue. No sight of the 64GB version yet. Sprint's website lists the retail price of the device at $696, although there isn't the option of buying the Nexus 6 without a contract (yet). Head to the website from the source link at the bottom for all the details. And as always, be sure to check out our Nexus 6 video review before buying the handset:
With the Nexus 6, Google has announced availability on all carriers, although launch dates may vary based on the carrier. As stated previously, AT&T is taking pre-orders right now, with a shipping date of November 18. T-Mobile has announced a week's delay in carrying the Nexus 6, and will now stock the device from November 19. We're still waiting on details from Verizon.
What carrier are you looking to side with?
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