Vodafone UK Opens Pre-Orders for the Nexus 6


If you are in the UK and was thinking about a picking up a Google Nexus 6 anytime soon then you might want to listen close. The UK network carrier Vodafone have opened their pre-orders for the Nexus 6. Although this would normally be news in itself. What is far more interesting is that it seems Vodafone are offering an unbeatable deal…at least for the first five hundred customers. If you are one of the lucky five hundred pre-orders, then Vodafone will throw in a Moto 360 for nothing. Yes folks. that's a free Moto 360 on top of your brand new Nexus 6. If you were thinking of getting the Nexus 6 anyway, then this really would be a good deal to take advantage of. The Moto 360 is currently priced at £199.99 in the UK and so it is nothing to be sniffed at.

In terms of the deal, as mentioned you must be one of the first 500 to pre-order. Of course, with the speed of selling out that we have already seen on Google Play and via Motorola you might not have that much time to get your order in. In terms of what else Vodafone is offering, then the cost of the phone on-contact is £0 up-front. In US terms that's $0 down. Unlike the US, UK carries tend not to demand up front payments for a new device. So again by signing up with Vodafone you could pick up the Nexus 6 and the Moto 360 for nothing down. Not bad at all. To qualify for the £0 down, contract prices start from £44.50 ($70) a month. Click here to head over to Vodafone and get your pre-order done.


Of course, if you are in the US, then you probably already know that the Nexus 6 is currently (again) out of stock. However, tomorrow is Wednesday and so Google will be offering a select number of Nexus 6's to buy tomorrow morning. Of course, you will be paying full price via Play and certainly won't be getting a free Moto 360 chucked in for nothing. Are you UK based? Will you be grabbing this real hot deal from Vodafone? Already missed it? Whatever you experience leave a comment and let us know.

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