After officially becoming available last Thursday, Verizon’s Nexus 6 variant has started arriving on customer doorsteps today. The device was originally slated to ship or arrive on March 18th for customers who pre-ordered. Many customers report that their phone’s tracking initially showed an arrival date of the 17th, so today’s arrival is a nice surprise for many (via Droid Life).

The Nexus 6 on Verizon costs $249.99 on a two-year contract or $27.08 per month of an EDGE plan. Unlocked, it’ll run the standard $649.99. Currently, Verizon is only selling the 32GB model in Midnight Blue with a nice Verizon logo tattooed on the back. The device is available on the carrier’s website now.

Obviously the device is a tad late in its arrival to Verizon. Google and Motorola officially announced the device way back in October of last year, with most other U.S. carriers offering the device shortly there after.

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