If you’re an AT&T or Sprint customer and have been wanting to get your hands on the Nexus 6 without paying the full $649+ retail price, you’re in luck.
AT&T announced it would begin accepting pre-orders for the Nexus 6 in Midnight Blue tomorrow.You have a few options to pay for the device. First off, there’s the standard two-year contract price of $249. Alternatively, you could pay $0 to start if you split your payments into $22.77 per month over 24 months, $28.46 over 18 months or $34.15 over 12 months.
Of course, you could also get it with no commitment at a full $682.99.
Sprint, on the other hand, will begin actually selling the Nexus 6 in stores and online on Friday the 14th (not just a pre-order). Qualified buyers can get the phone for $0 upftont by paying $29 over 24 months.
➤ AT&T Announces Nov. 12 Preorders for the Nexus 6 with Android 5.0 Lollipop [AT&T Newsroom] | Get Nexus 6 on Nov. 14 with Sprint Family Share Pack [Sprint Newsroom]
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