Sprint started taking pre-orders for the Motorola Nexus 6 last week with a contract pricing of $299.99. This seemed a little too much and it’s clear that the carrier felt the same as it has now slashed the pricing to $249.99 when bought with a two year agreement. But what about customers who paid the full amount since the pre-orders began a few days ago? Well, Sprint has them covered as well, with a promise of refunding the $50 to customers.
Fans have clearly not been impressed by Sprint’s pricing of the Nexus 6, which is on par with the Galaxy Note 4. But with this new price reduction, the Nexus 6 is officially cheaper than the Samsung flagship when bought with a two year agreement. This should come as good news for those willing to look towards a Nexus smartphone.
It is for the first time that Google has partnered with carriers on such a large scale for its flagship Nexus product, so it’s imperative that network providers do whatever they can to make the devices more attractive to prospective buyers.
What do you make of this new price reduction from Sprint?
Via: Android Police