+ Monday September 23rd, 2019

Cheaper Nexus 6 Yatango
The Nexus 6 was always going to be expensive, but it’s a little bit cheaper today, that is if you were going to pre-order the phone from Yatango.

Yatango have dropped the members price on both the 32GB and 64GB Nexus 6 pre-orders, with the 32GB dropping form $899.95 to $869.95, while the 64GB model gets the biggest cut, dropping from $949.95 to just $879.95$899.95 (See update below). Non-member pricing is still quite high as an incentive, with the 32GB priced at $1,004.95 and the 64GB priced at $1,014.95 – but remember for non-members you also have to pay for shipping.

Availability for the phones is still up in the air with online chat staff not able to supply a date when they will be available. We’re hoping to clear up availability via Yatango soon, unfortunately we’re no closer to a price/date from Google Play.

It’s a better price now, but without anything to compare it to, we have no idea if it’s a good price or not. Hopefully Google announces pricing for the Australian market soon.

It appear that Yatango has backpedalled on the 64GB Price drop, raising their price slightly to $899.95, reflecting the $50 price drop that the 32GB model saw. Still no word on availability unfortunately. We’ll continue to work on it.

Source: 32GB Nexus 6 at Yatango, and 64GB Nexus 6 at Yatango.
Thanks: Dmitry.

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i’m over the nexus 6 already, same for the moto maxx.
all these staggered releases are just bs


Has anyone actually used these guys? Specifically the Zipmoney service?

Sounds somewhat intriguing, but I can’t seem to find any hard info about it.

Wayne Moore
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I ordered my 64GB from there this morning using Zipmoney to take advantage of 3 months interest free.

James Hector
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It’s not bad for a grey import. As annoying as it is though, I reckon waiting for the Google Release will be better value and obviously more support. US Carrier partnerships are almost certainly the reason for the delay.


A whole $30 off the price of the 32GB, and a huge $70 off the price of the 64GB. Good going, Yatango. Keep up the rip-off pricing.

Paul Leong
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Not just that, they will say In Stock then go source the phone from the Play Store for you.

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