AT&T accidentally lists Nexus 6 on their site (sort of)



Looks like AT&T could be in line to offer the Nexus 6 through their own storefront once the device is announced (well, rumors say to expect it to be announced) later today. A listing for the device appeared on the carrier’s website as the Motorola Nexus 6 with a price tag of $49.99, except the image shown was of an LG G3 Vigor.

There’s no telling how much of this listing was accurate. Was the price tag shown for the LG G3 Vigor or the Nexus 6? We’d guess the former considering that’s its stated cost on AT&T’s site right now. Also, does this mean AT&T will be offering Nexus 6 sales as soon as the device is announced? Having such an early listing up would seem to suggest as much, but we’ll elect not to get too far ahead of ourselves at the moment.

The question isn’t necessarily “if,” anymore, but “when,” “how much,” and “how soon,” and we imagine Google will have all of those answers for us right around daybreak. Let us know if you’ll be looking to purchase one directly through AT&T should they offer the device once it’s allegedly revealed later this afternoon.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Play store all the way

    1. Only way to fly.

      1. Yea, if you want slow shipping times, backorders and poor customer service and returns.

        1. If you use Google Express, you get same day delivery.

          1. Most of the country does not have access to Google Shopping Express….which points back to slow shipping times and inferior customer experience.

          2. I’ll get you a box of kleenex. Please, don’t be ashamed. Cry until you feel better. Go on.

          3. That’s a really stupid comment. I made a factual statement to someone other than you. You then decided to make jump in and make an irrelevant statement to me. You are the one who needs to go on.

          4. Just let it all out.

        2. Not even , anytime I had an issue with my device they replaced it no questions asked. Their customer service is second to none some of the best experiences I’ve had a customer services Google. And this phone will be no exception to that rule. This phone is going to be amazing.

          The Nexus 5 was incredible. So shall the Nexus 6 be.

          1. I’m always glad to hear good customer service experiences, and am happy you have had them. Unfortunately, not everyone has. And “second to none,” is grossly inaccurate. Motorola has replaced a device of mine, who’s screen I broke, no questions asked, next day shipping, 0 charge, and NO hold on my cc, whatsoever. And I didn’t have to return my broken phone until after I received the new one. Google doesn’t do that. Apple, after experiencing an issue with an order, contacted me, apologized and gave me the device for free. Google’s customer service is definitely second to some.

          2. those are excellent spirits as well. Ok so maybe Google is not number one but it certainly was in the top 5 and those are excellent experiences for a good customer service and I agree

          3. Google does all of those things except they do put a hold on your CC.

          4. Yea, I know. Was surprised Moto didnt charge me anything. Also, when I had to return something to Google, I don’t remember them rushing it to me with expedited shipping. And before a few months ago, they certainly didnt give you a free replacement.

          5. I do have a question, though. I’m liking this Nexus 6, but I want to sample it to see if I can handle the size. What is the process of ordering the device from Google Play and returning it if I don’t like it? Is there a restocking fee? Do I have to pay return shipping? How long do I have the device before having to return? Is it worth it to order it, if I’m not sure I want to keep it? Basically, I don’t want to be out of any money should I return it.

          6. I don’t know the answer to that. You can check their terms, or many carriers will now let you try out a phone for a week or two.

            If it’s just the size you’re worried about, you could play with someone’s Galaxy Note and see how that fits. I already know 6″ is way too big, considering the Nexus 5 is borderline manageable for me.

  2. I have one phone with no contract and one with a contract. Since my contract is up in March, I’m getting this on conttact.

  3. Why does the screenshot for the Nexus 6, made by Motorolla, have the background of an LG device?

    1. Guess you didn’t read the article?

      “A listing for the device appeared on the carrier’s website as the Motorola Nexus 6 with a price tag of $49.99, except the image shown was of an LG G3 Vigor.”

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