After announcing last week that it had to delay the Nexus 6 launch in its stores in order to offer buyers a better shopping experience, T-Mobile on Wednesday started Nexus 6 sales, stocking both the 32GB and the 64GB versions of the handset.
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The Nexus 6 costs either $649.92 or $699.84, if purchased outright, although customers can also pay for it in installments, with $0 down and 24 monthly $27.08 payments for the 32GB model, or $0 down and $29.16 per month for two years for the 64GB version.
When it comes to color options, T-Mobile only has the Midnight Blue version of the handset available in stores, regardless of which storage option buyers choose.
The Nexus 6 is already available from Google (via the Google Play Store), Motorola, AT&T and Sprint in the U.S. The handset is also supposed to launch with U.S. Cellular, and should work on Verizon as well — activating an unlocked Nexus 6 on a different carrier might be problematic for the time being, but there are ways to circumvent any issues.