You can now buy your Nexus 6 from Sprint
Sprint has become the latest carrier to begin taking orders for Google’s new Nexus 6. Customers will receive their handset within 2-5 business days, the carrier says, and prices start at $299 on contract.
Sprint is only offering the Midnight Blue model with 32GB of storage for now, so if you need 64GB of storage or you wanted the handset in Cloud White, you’re going to have to wait. The device is priced at $299 with a two-year contract, or you can pay nothing upfront and spread the cost of the device out over 23 months for $29 a month.
Sprint doesn’t give a specific delivery date for the Nexus 6, but it does say that “unless otherwise noted, you’ll get it in 2-5 business days.” So long as you act fast, that delivery estimate should be good, but given the supply constraints we’ve seen so far, we can’t imagine stock will be available for long.
The Nexus 6 has been incredibly difficult to obtain through other channels, with both Google and Motorola selling out minutes after they make new inventory available. T-Mobile was scheduled to launch the device this week, too, but the carrier was forced to postpone sales by one week.