Though the Nexus 6 smartphone has been available in limited numbers on the Google Play Store and at Motorola.com, the device will be available from some mobile carriers starting Wednesday. Some carriers will take orders for the Nexus 6 while others will have the device available for purchase.

Currently, the Nexus 6 is out of stock on the Google Play Store and on Motorola.com; however, Google says the device will restock every Wednesday, meaning there will be handsets available for purchase this Wednesday. The Nexus 6 32GB model sells for $649 and the 64GB model for $699. Carriers will have their own subsidized and retail pricing for the Nexus 6.

T-Mobile will offer the Nexus 6 for $27.08 per month for 24 months under its equipment installment plan. The retail price of the device will be $649.92. The Nexus 6 will be available Wednesday on T-Mobile.

AT&T will offer the Nexus 6 for $249.99 with a two-year agreement. Under the AT&T Next plans the Nexus 6 will be $22.77 per month for 24 months, $28.46 per month for 18 months or $34.15 per month for 12 months. Off contract the Nexus  6 will cost $682.99.The Nexus 6 will be available for preorder Wednesday; however, AT&T has not yet announced its official Nexus 6 release date.

Sprint will offer the Nexus 6 for $29 per month for 24 months under its Easy Pay Plan. Sprint has not yet announced its subsidized price for the Nexus 6. Off contract the device will cost $696. Customers will be able to use the Nexus 6 on Sprint’s $60 unlimited plan, which offers unlimited talk, text and data. Sprint will make the Nexus 6 available Friday.

Verizon has not announced launch information for the Nexus 6 but is confirmed as one of the carriers that will sell the smartphone.

U.S. Cellular has not announced launch information for the Nexus 6, but says customers should expect the device in November.