The Nexus 6 has seen quite the launch when it comes to U.S.-based carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Now regional carrier U.S. Cellular is next to launch the large smartphone.
As revealed in a report published by Droid-Life, the new Nexus 6 is now listed as available for purchase through U.S. Cellular. The Midnight Blue option is listed, but so is the Cloud White variant. What’s more, both the 32GB and 64GB options are available. It’s unknown at this point if the handset is unlocked like it is for T-Mobile and Sprint.
Pricing is pretty straightforward. For subscribers that want to sign a new two-year agreement, the Nexus 6 will cost $199.99 for the 32GB model. Opting for the 64GB variant will put a customer back $249.99, with the same contract in place. Going “prepaid” means buying the phone outright and dropping $660 for the 32GB and $730 for the 64GB option.
At this point, Verizon is the last major wireless carrier in the United States to not launch the Nexus 6.