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If you’re looking for a Nexus 6 and don’t mind it being tied to a wireless service plan, Google’s new Android purebred smartphone is now available from Sprint. You can pick up the search company’s inaugural Lollipop-toting handset for $300 on a two year contract or no money down with 24 monthly payments of $29 on the carrier’s Easy Pay program.

As of right now Sprint is the only US carrier selling the Nexus 6, while most of its competitors are currently accepting pre-orders. In an interesting twist, the outfit doesn’t have an off-contract purchase option just yet, so you’ll need to sign on the dotted line to bring Google’s new flagship phone home.

Still, if you don’t mind committing to a carrier and you’re a fan of Midnight Blue (Sprint’s only color option), you can now pick up a 32GB version of the Motorola-made 5.9-inch powerhouse with little hassle.

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