T-Mobile postponed the launch of the Nexus 6 by a week and the day has finally come when the smartphone reaches customers’ hands. The carrier has now begun offering both the 32 and 64GB models of the Nexus 6 with its usual set of $0 down payment plans. The carrier is yet to offer the Cloud White variant, so your options are only limited to the Midnight Blue color variant at this point. But there’s every possibility that the white version will be offered sometime soon.
The Nexus 6 from T-Mobile can be yours for monthly installment plans of $27.08 (32GB) or $29.16 (64GB) for a period of two years. This roughly translates to $649.92 and $699.84 for the two variants, which is quite a lot of money to spend on an off contract smartphone. But since Google is shooting for the high-end segment with the Nexus 6, its pricing is expected to be on par with other flagships.
Although the Nexus 6 is on the expensive side, it’s cheaper than rival offerings like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. Perhaps this could sway customers in favor of the latest Google flagship.
Via: Android Central