Best Buy is offering the Nexus 6 for $249.99 on-contract on AT&T and Sprint.It has been confirmed that at least at&t’s Nexus 6 variant is SIM-locked, won’t let you tether without verifying your subscription status, has the at&t logo in the back, has the at&t boot animation, and has AT&T’s suite of ringtones as well. The kicker is that even if you get any other variant, the moment the AT&T Sim is detected you will be subject to your phone verifying your subscription status to use the hotspot (unless you root).
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is available from AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. I must admit it is a very nice and cool looking device.
AT&T – $399 on a two-year contract or at no annual commitment for $945.99. $0 down on an AT&T Next plan at $39.42 per month with AT&T Next 18 or $47.30 per month with AT&T Next 12.
Sprint – 429.99 with 2-yr service agreement. $0 down (plus tax) and 24 monthly payments of $35 (SRP: $840; excluding taxes; service plan required).
T-Mobile – cost $870 ($0 down and $36.25/month for 24 months).
The Sprint Nexus 6 is now on sale for $299.99 with 2-year contract. The full retail price of the Nexus 6 is $696. Sprint also offering the Nexus 6 for $29 a month with Sprint Easy Pay.
The Blue Steel LG G3 is available at Best Buy, it cost $99 with contract for AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. The G3 is an awesome phone. Pros: amazing screen resolution, simple beautiful layout, accurate keyboard prediction, removable battery, solid build quality, smart little features, very fast processor, looks good.
The Samsung Gear S watch will come with it’s own number. It can work over WiFi or cellular connection and be paired to any Samsung Galaxy device as long as you download Gear manager if you have a older device like a Note 2 or S3 or S4.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is now on sale for $299.99 with 2-year contract from AT&T and Sprint. T-Mobile for $0 down with 24 monthly installment payments of $31.24, that’s a full retail price $749.76.