Get a Project Fi-ready Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P under a 2-year contract

September 30, 2015

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We haven't discussed the Project Fi lately but the service is still available. With the launch of the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, questions were asked if the two will be ready for Project Fi. The answer is 'YES'. The Nexus 6 will now be joined by the two new Nexus devices being ready-to-use on Google's very own cellular service.

The Nexus 6P and 5X cost anything between $379 to $649 but since it's available on Project Fi, this means you can get any phone you want for lower prices or with monthly fees. Under contract for 24 months, you can get the entry-level Nexus 5X for only $15.79. The high-end Nexus 6P can be had for only $27.04/month.

If this is your first time to buy a device on Project Fi, note that you will only need to pay for the sales tax. It's usually free shipping but you can spend a few dollars if you want the phone shipped to you right away.

Google Project Fi Nexus 5X

Once you get your Nexus phone on Project Fi, you also have the option to pay the remaining balance. But as usual, this deal is by invitation only. Feel free to request an invite from the Project Fi site and wait for an official email from the team.

Check out the prices we know so far below:

• Nexus 5X, 16GB at $379 full price or or $0 downpayment, $15.79 monthly fee for two years, no financing fees, credit check required
• Nexus 6P -32GB at $499 or $0 downpayment, $20.79 monthly fee for two years, no financing fees, credit check required

VIA: Android Central

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  • Don

    So you HAVE to do a two year contract AND still pay full price for the phone whether it be upfront or monthly payments. How is THAT any better than what Verizon and the rest are doing? If I do the math it would cost me more then what I pay Verizon now.

    • Minwoo Kim

      They arent offering the phone in carriers. Only selling it unlocked I believe. Its their way of marketing. Its for people who really really want a nexus but dont have money to pay upfront. You can always pay it off later.