You can also sign a regular two-year contract and get the 32GB Midnight Blue Nexus 6 for $299. The full no-contract retail price of the phone on Sprint's website is $696. The 64GB version of the phone isn't available yet.
Sprint is charging $50 more for the phone than AT&T, which asks $249.99 on a two-year contract. The Nexus 6 full price on AT&T is also a bit cheaper than Sprint's at $682.99. If you're a T-Mobile subscriber you should know that the carrier is also going to offer the phone. Sadly, it's going to start offering it a little later on November 19.
In any case, our Motorola Nexus 6 review is a must-read to get all the details of the phone while waiting for your order to be processed by the carriers.
google should have stayed with LG their G3 is one beauty and amazingly designed not this cheap knock off
Carrier subsidy in the US is usually worth about $450 so $299.00 after contract means the carriers think the phone is $750. $750 for a base Nexus is LOL.
If it's not the 64gb, it's a waste of time. No expandable storage was an MASSIVE failure on Moto and Google's part. Might as well get the Note 4 with exp. storage and other great options over the overpriced Crapsus 6.