Best Buy on Friday officially started selling the Nexus 6 for both Sprint and AT&T customers. The retailer is currently only stocking the 32GB Midnight Black version of the Nexus 6, however, which means you’ll need wait for stock to return to the Google Play Store or Motorola’s website if you want the 64GB model.
AT&T and Sprint are both charging $249.99 with a new two-year contract, though the installment plan prices are a bit different depending on the carrier you choose. AT&T allows customers to pay $0 down and sign up for an AT&T Next 24 plan with monthly payments of $22.77, AT&T Next 18 with monthly payments of $28.46, and AT&T Next 12, with monthly payments of $34.15. Sprint, meanwhile, has an option to pay $27 a month for 24 months.
The Nexus 6 is a pretty desirable device right now, especially since it’s Google’s latest flagship Android device, but hopefully Best Buy has a solid supply. It’s available online now but, so far as we can tell, not in stock at local stores just yet (at least in the Los Angeles and New York City areas).