T-Mobile To Offer 32GB Nexus 9 “early December”

Posted: Nov 20 2014, 5:23am CST | by , in News | Technology News


T-Mobile to offer 32GB Nexus 9 “early December”

The tablet will be available for $0 down and monthly installments of $24.99 over a 24 month period.

After a slight delay, T-Mobile released the Nexus 6 and now it has already released the details for the 32GB Nexus 9 LTE which will be available by December and the good news is that you can have it for a down payment as less as $0. Yes, that’s right. You will be able to purchase it for $0 down and monthly installments of $24.99 over a 24 month period which is going to equal to $599.76 which is almost enough to get hands on the Nexus 6 and is more than the 32GB Wifi-only which is available for $479.99.

Those who want to purchase the tablet might be confused because there is little to no evidence of how this product of the Google/HTC partnership has turned out to be. Though we have no indication of any success or failure story, we are betting our money that the Nexus 9 LTE isn’t going to be flying off shelves at an even higher price point. But we also have to consider the fact that this $0 down payment is quite attractive enough for those who are looking to defer these payments and not have their interest incurred on their credit card statement.

Some curiosity is being given way to after we have found out that the LTE tablet is apparently selling on Magenta’s Underground website, and is being billed as “T-Mobile’s online ‘backroom’ for hard-to-find limited quantity devices”. Another curious thing is that T-Mobile has only stocked the Blue Nexus 6 variant so we are left to wonder whether the Nexus 9 LTE will also see a single variant or not.

source: t-mobile

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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