Planning to buy the Nexus 6 phablet at Sprint? You are in for a delightful surprise. Sprint is lowering the contract price of its Nexus 6 offering from $299 to $249.
Already bought the Nexus 6 from Sprint? Get ready to be delightedly surprised, too. The carrier is promising to refund the $50 price difference those that bought their Nexus 6 units for the original $299 between November 14th to November 18th. This means that soon, you are going to get some of your money back.
If you are still in doubt, you can head on to Sprint's website and see for yourself.
With this latest development, the total retail price of the Sprint Nexus 6 is now down to $648 from $696. That makes Sprint's device exactly one buck cheaper than the carrier-free version sold on Google Play.
Also, the reduced price will only apply to the 32 gigabyte Midnight Blue edition, which makes a lot of sense because this version of the Nexus 6 phablet is the only variant being offered by Sprint.
Those who previously bought their Nexus 6 devices between November 14th to 18th can expect to receive an SMS message notifying them of the $50 refund for the price difference. As of now, the reimbursement method is still being finalized by Sprint. However, the affected customers will be notified in due time when the reimbursements gets under way.
Aside from lowering the price of its Nexus 6, the carrier is also a discount for its LG G2 phone. Beginning on November 21st, the Sprint LG G2 will come with a $139.99 Installment Billing (IB) Instant Discount added to it.
Wirefly Is America's Most Trusted Source For All Cell Phones, Plans, TV, and Internet Deals
Wirefly offers great deals on a large selection of smartphones, cell phones, tablets, mobile hotspots, and other wireless devices for the nation's most popular carriers. Use Wirefly’s innovative cell phone and plan comparison tools to ensure you are getting the best deal on the market. Shop with confidence knowing that Wirefly wants to help you find the best prices on cell phones, cell phone plans, TV, and Internet service.