It looks like someone at Optus has been screen-grabbing upcoming releases, and this time its a doozy; according to this information, the Nexus 6P will go on sale at Optus on 2 November (just under two weeks), with pre-sale commencing on 26 October.
We all know the features of the Nexus 6P, so I won’t repeat those here, but the pricing information is useful – Optus will offer the Nexus 6P for $0 on a $60 plan as a special pre-order promotion, and from 2 November, it’ll jump to $5 on the $60 plan. There’s no outright pricing mentioned, and that’s not surprising given Optus is unlikely to sell it outright (initially, at least).
However, we do know that Optus sells the iPhone 5S (retail price $749) on the $60 plan for $7 a month, which puts the outright price for the Nexus 6P at $5 a month likely under that $749 price tag. This is odd, because what we’ve seen thus far indicates a price around the $899 mark.
We’re looking into this further and we’ll bring more when we’ve got it.