Back in October, Google unveiled the Nexus 6, its new flagship-class smartphone, and a showcase device for Android 5.0 Lollipop. Unlike the Nexus 5 before it, the new handset is aimed squarely at the high end of the market, with premium features and a price tag to match.
In fact, the 6-inch device is priced from $649 off-contract, but you can now grab it with $100 off from T-Mobile. The current off-contract retail price for the 32GB model is $549.84, while the 64GB version is also discounted, to $599.76.
You can still take advantage of the deal even if you can't afford to buy the handset up front. You can get the 32GB model for $22.91 a month, or the 64GB model for $24.99 a month, with the full cost of the Nexus 6 being paid off in two years.
It's not clear how long the device will be available with these discounts, so if you're thinking about buying one, don't wait too long.