While the generously-sized Nexus 6 is already available in the US, it seems to have missed its slated UK arrival date of December 1. Now, however, one major UK network is offering it for sale, with others saying it’ll still be another week or two before it arrives.
O2 confirmed today that the device is available on its unbundled ‘Refresh’ tariff at a range of price points offering between 500MB and 8GB of data usage each month. The operator is also running a Nexus 6-specific promotion until December 18 making the total cost £38 per month (with no upfront payment) for unlimited airtime, unlimited SMS and 2GB of data.
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While the network said it was offering the device from today, its website is currently still listing the device as ‘coming soon‘. A spokesperson told TNW that the online order process is due to go live today though.
Vodafone’s website is also listing the device as available to pre-order, with delivery due in the next 1- 2 weeks. Obviously, the Google Play store is another possible purchase route – where it costs £499 for the 32GB model and £549 for the 64GB – but neither configuration is currently available. Neither Three nor EE has the device listed on their respective sites, so there’s little chance of picking one up on either of those networks directly.