It appears that the Google Nexus 6 is affected by supply shortages, but the company still rolls out the device to multiple markets. Because the Nexus 6 is one of the devices with premium price tag, some consumers could be more inclined to choose the pre-paid models. T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T have been offering the same phone.
Finally, the US Cellular is offering Nexus 6 for $199 with 2-year contract agreement. The smartphone comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system and 5.96-inch display. There are two color options available from the company, Midnight Blue and Cloud White. While the 32GB version is available for $199, the one with 64GB of internal storage is sold for $250, also with the same 2-year contract.
The Shared Connect plan allows users to buy the phone without the lengthy contract. In this case they need to pay monthly instalments for 20 months, $33 per month for the 32GB model and $36.50 for the 64GB model. Those who want to pay upfront, can purchase the phone for $660 for the 32GB model and $730 for the phone model. Overall, the prepaid prices from US Cellular are about $50 cheaper than identical offers from AT&T and Sprint.