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Nexus 6 now available at U.S Cellular
Google’s new Nexus 6 phablet has not been a device that’s easy to get your hands on, and as the device continues to launch in new countries, it remains plagued with shortages in multiple existing markets. US Cellular is the next carrier on the list to release the Nexus 6, which is now available there on contract for $199.
The $199 price tag is for the 32GB version in Midnight Blue or White, with the 64GB version available in the same colors for $249.99. You can naturally purchase it without the required two year contract should you choose to, but it will set you back $660 dollars for the 32GB model, and $730 for the bigger 64GB model.
Keep in mind that the stated contract price applies to new customers, and doesn’t include the 40$ activation fee.
There is also the option of paying a monthly fee of $33.00 (32GB or $36.50 (64GB) if you don’t want to pay an upfront fee by way of the US Cellular “Shared Connect” plans.
Google hasn’t made a statement of when more units will arrive on Google Play, so keep it locked to Android Authority for news on stock updates for the Nexus 6.