Nov 12 AT 9:27 AM Alex Wagner 5 Comments

AT&T Nexus 6 now available, will ship out next week

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If you’ve been waiting for another opportunity to buy a Nexus 6, your time has come.

AT&T is now taking pre-orders for Google and Motorola’s Nexus 6. The big blue carrier is offering the 32GB Midnight Blue model, and orders of it are expected to ship “by 11/18/14.”

Just as expected, pricing for AT&T’s Nexus 6 is set at $0 down and 30 payments of $22.77 per month with AT&T Next 24, 24 payments of $28.46 with AT&T Next 18 or 20 payments of $34.15 with AT&T Next 12. If AT&T Next isn’t your thing, you can also get an N6 for $249.99 on a two-year contract or $682.99 without any commitment.

So far the Nexus 6 has been pretty tough to come by. It sold out quickly in the Google Play store and on Motorola’s site, and T-Mobile pushed its N6 launch out by a full week, likely because it just didn’t have enough inventory. The good news is that today we should get two more chances to get the new Nexus phone thanks to AT&T and Google.

Source: AT&T

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  • swazedahustla

    I will be getting mine from Sprint on friday.

    • Annoying

      Worst Cellphone company hope spark works on you

  • T

    Is this a pure Android phone, or does it include the typical batch of uninstallable AT&T crapware?

    • Guest

      I spoke with them about that and the guy on live chat that I talked to was very knowledgeable about what the phone was and did. He told me there was ZERO bloatware from AT&T

    • Scott

      Actually there will be no bloatware out of the box, as this is a Stock Android device. However, once you connect your Google Account and access the Play Store, a new feature in Android 5.0 Lollipop will allow the carrier to push downloads of their software to your phone. Thankfully, because these are not baked into the ROM, and not installed on the system partition, it means they can be uninstalled without root permissions.

      Hence, I actually would not even call it bloatware since it can be removed. Since you have always been able install these carrier applications in the Play Store, I personally would like too see the carriers refrain from baking any additional software into their Android 5.0 Lollipop ROMs.