Nexus 6 Now Available in Stores and Online at Sprint for $300 On Contract

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  1. dgstorm

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    Update: It looks like the Nexus 6 only has limited availability in a few retail stores around the US. Most Sprint stores still require you to order it, even if you go in the store.

    Google's newest Nexus, the Motorola built Nexus 6, is now available in retail stores and online at Sprint. The Now Network has the device for $299.99 on contract or $29.00 for 23 payments, and $29.00 for the 24th payment. Sprint's buyout price for the device is $696.

    Here's what Sprint has to say about the device,

    Here's a link to Sprint's online order page: Sprint

    Don't forget to check out our dedicated Nexus 6 section @: Nexus 6 Android Forum at DroidForums.net
     
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    Can you buy the phone at sprint and use it on a different carrier?
     
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    The answer to your question is a resounding, "probably." We can confirm that the device includes both a CDMA and a GSM radio, and can handle most of the different LTE bands as well. More than likely buying it from any carrier will be roughly the same as getting it through the Play Store, except it will come with carrier-specific bloatware.
     
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    I remember reading for tmobile that the only bloatware that would come on it would be the tmobile equivlant to my verizon. Besides that it should be clean
     
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    Yup. Sounds right to me. Anyone care to confirm our hypothesis?
     
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