After delaying for a week, T-Mobile is now selling the Nexus 6, Google’s brand new whale of a smartphone.
The device comes in Midnight Blue, just like every other carrier, but you do have options of either 32GB or 64GB of storage, which is unique to T-Mobile. Sprint and AT&T are both only selling the 32GB model. At least one of our readers purchased the 64GB model from T-Mobile this morning, chose overnight shipping, and is expecting it to arrive tomorrow.
The 32GB model can be picked up for $0 down and 24 equal monthly payments of $27.08. The 64GB is slightly more expensive at $0 down and 24 equal monthly payments of $29.16. For $2 extra per month, it may be worth it to stack up on the extra storage, especially since the Nexus 6 doesn’t have a micro SD slot for expandable storage. On a related note, if we do a little math there, you will notice that after all of your monthly payments, you are paying the same price for each as you would if you bought it unlocked from Google Play ($649 for 32GB, $699 for 64GB). I don’t know why, but I do find some comfort in knowing T-Mobile isn’t completely jacking up the price.
Be sure to read our Nexus 6 review if you haven’t already.