on 29-10-2015 14:57
Just wondered what others thought to the Nexus 6P price points?
3GB for £41 a month with a £9.99 upfront payment makes it only £10 upfront less than a similar Galaxy S6 Edge. That seems a little high for what is supposed to be a relatively low cost model.
Personally, I'm going to see what the Z5 Premium now comes in at as the additional storage options may make it worthwhile.
on 29-10-2015 15:07
The S6 is an old phone now (in mobile lifecycles) and the Nexus is new and retailing at £450 approx.
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 29-10-2015 15:10
I suppose my particular gripe is the price steps. £40ish upfront and £38ish per month would be a decent amount but you have to put down £109 to get down to £36.
It just seems a little steep for the phone in question but I may change my tune once they put the price for the Z5P up.
29-10-2015 15:11 - edited 29-10-2015 15:12
Z5 premium is £629 direct from Sony, on refresh this normally works out at between £579-£600 depending on tariff.
So ~£25 a month (depending on upfront and tariff) then whack your tariff on top.
on 29-10-2015 15:15
That's sort of what I was thinking. It's the roulette wheel of upfront options that just confuses/frustrates me.
I know it's only £3 a month either way, I just find some of the options odd across the ranges.