Oct 15 AT 9:56 AM Nick Sarafolean 3 Comments

Nexus 6 pops up on AT&T’s site for $49.99


AT&T has revealed the price for the Nexus 6 on contract via their website. A placeholder for the Nexus 6 has popped up that lists the price of the device as $49.99 on a two-year contract. The price was found through the LG G3 Vigor page when scrolling down to the “People Also Viewed” section. There, a placeholder for the Motorola Nexus 6 shows a price of $49.99. Nexus 6 Price LeakThe link doesn’t actually reveal anything more about the device, as it leads to a redirect of the Motorola devices currently on AT&T.

The Nexus 6 rumored to be released both through the Google Play Store and select carriers, and it looks as though AT&T will be one of those carriers. The placeholder also further reinforces the strongly-founded rumor that the new Nexus devices and Android L will launch today. It shouldn’t long before we see an official announcement, but we’ll just have to wait until that arrives.

Via: Android Central

Source: AT&T

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  • BlazeHN

    So, for a $50 2 years device on AT&T, how much it uses to be that device with no plan? $500?

    • vforvortex

      I read off contract price is going to be $650.

  • Mark

    Why post this shit its not $50 you pay extra monthly for being on contract.
    In the end you end up paying more this is google phone you would be stupid to play from a carrier with price inflation and not through google.