After adding the Nexus 6 placeholder page to their site shortly after the announcement of the phone, Yatango has finally added pricing information for the phone. There’s no expected eta for the phone either but we’re waiting further developments.
For the 32GB Nexus 6 from Yatango, you can expect to pay $899.95 if you’re a member which includes free shipping in Australia or $1,034.95 + shipping for non-members. For the 64GB version you will be paying $949.95 for members or $1,094.95 + Shipping for non-members. Just a reminder that joining up as a member to Yatango is free and easy, so it’s definitely worth it.
The model listed on the site includes the 850MHz, 900MHz and 210MHz frequencies used across Australia by the three major carriers. All the Australian LTE Networks including the 700MHz network which is currently in testing for Optus and Telstra and goes live next year are supported. There’s support for the 850MHz band which Vodafone are re-farming from their existing 3G network and of course the 1800MHz band that’s used by Optus, Telstra and Vodafone across the majority of Australia. While there’s support for the 2100MHz and 2600MHz bands, unfortunately the 2300MHz TD-LTE network which is used by Optus for their 4G Plus network is not supported.
If you’re interested in ordering the Nexus 6, we’ve seen that supplies are limited, head on over to the Yatango website and check out the 32GB or 64GB models and place your order.