Nexus 6 Review
The popular phone, which is already available at rival carriers, will sell for $250 and can be purchased online starting Thursday and in stores starting March 19.
Verizon has finally joined the other major US carriers in offering the Nexus 6 phone.
In a news update thanking all Nexus fans for their patience, Verizon confirmed that the Nexus 6 will be up for sale online starting this Thursday and in stores as of next Thursday, March 19. Buyers can pick up the phone for $250 under the standard two-year agreement or for $27.08 per month for 24 months via the Verizon Edge option.
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Verizon took a while to launch the highly-reviewed Nexus 6. The phone has already been available for sale via Google and Motorola as well as AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Verizon offered no explanation for why it was last in line. But to compete with the other carriers, Verizon is throwing in a freebie aimed at enticing new buyers.
Anyone who picks up the Nexus 6 through Verizon before March 31 will get a six-month subscription to Google Play Music All Access for free. Google itself offers a trial to its unlimited streaming music service but only for 30 days. After the trial or free access ends, the service costs $10 a month to continue.
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