Nexus 6 release plans for AT&T, Sprint and the European market is here
Google’s Nexus 6 does not come as cheap as last year’s Nexus 5 but that doesn’t stop demand for the 6-inch smartphone from being massively high. Here we now have the road-map for the device and let’s see how it goes:
In the United States, AT&T started taking pre-orders for the phablet today, but you will have to shell out $249.99 for a two-year contract or $682.99 when buying outrightly. The payment can be spread over 20 months for $34.15 per month or 24 or 30 months for $28.46 and $22.77 respectively.
Sprint will commence it’s own round of pre-orders on November 14. The carrier said the phone will be available off contract for $696 but has decline to say how much it will cost on a two-year contract which it will provide. Users can $29 for 24 months using Easy Pay system.
In Europe, the 2014 Nexus will start from November 18. Some retailers have listed the 32GB version for €649 while the 64GB model is tagged at €699.
In India, Flipkart has listed the device as “coming soon” even though pricing and pre-order kick-off date hasn’t been added. Other countries where the latest Google Nexus will arrive this year has been posted on this website previously.
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