Whenever they decide to release it. Hopefully Motorola will have fixed their supply issues by then.
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.
Doesn't appear to be much of a supplyh issue any longer. I walked into AT&T today, and they have them in stock.
Doesn't really seem to be any excuse any longer, other than Verizon has other phones they want to market before they allow us to buy the Nexus 6.
Verizon's to busy pushing their locked down bloated up Droid Turbo. If Verizon wasn't such a tight fisted controlling entity they would allow people to activate their Nexus 6's that they had already bought from Motorola or Google Play. Verizon just doesn't like the idea of not being able to control every aspect of the phone. No other carrier does this. It's not a CDMA issue as Sprint has allowed the Nexus 5 and now Nexus 6.
Look how long Verizon blocked the LTE only Nexus 7 tablet so they could push their own POS Elipse tablet.
Now for the pro Verizon propaganda from the VZW employees pretending to be regular folk on here.
As frustrating as it is that VZW doesn't sell the Nexus 6 yet when even smaller providers do, it is almost unbelievable that VZW senior management do not understand the need to communicate with their customers. This goes right to the doorstep of Daniel Mead, CEO. Do they live in such an isolated world that was common in corporations years ago or are they just too ignorant to understand people want information.
VZW, be honest and lay it out there, are you going to offer the phone or not? If you aren't you aren't. If you are, explain to people when it will be offered and why there is the delay. Personally, I've given myself until January 1 to hear something one way or another from VZW on this phone. Then I'm walking over to ATT and see what they can do for me.
Just switch. Why wait? All of these empty threats... Money talks. If you really want the phone buy it. Doesn't matter if you get it from Verizon or not. It'll work on Verizon. Can't afford it? Motorola has a payment plan 0% interest for 18 months.
I did. We walked. Since we are the advisers of all things tech for our
extended family, they are planning on walking too. Total combination of 9
lines gone. Money talks, and add Verizon has already notified investors,