You can pre-order the Nexus 6P SIM-free at the Google Store right now, but you'll need to be quick – last year the Nexus 6 sold out almost immediately after going on sale.
Pricing in the UK starts at £449 for the 32GB version, £499 for the 64GB and £579 for the 128GB version.
You can get a Nexus 6P right now from Vodafone in the UK. Contracts start at £35 a month after a £9 upfront payment – that deal will get you unlimited texts, 1000 minutes and 1GB of data.
The best bit is you get a free Huawei MediaPad T1 7.0 tablet as well – but you'll have to hurry, as that offer is only available while stocks last.
Unlike last year, EE is stocking the new Nexus phones. You can buy it now, with deals starting at £37.49 per month for unlimited texts, 500 minutes and 500MB of data – you will have to pay £29.99 upfront though.
O2 is stocking the Nexus 6P with free phone deals starting at £44 a month. You can look through all of those deals here, including a 3GB deal at £41 a month and £9.99 upfront.
The Nexus 6P is available on Giffgaff, but at the time of writing it was out of stock. When it's back in though you'll be able to buy it for £449 SIM-free.
Carphone Warehouse is stocking the Nexus 6P, with free phone deals starting at £34.99 a month. You can also buy it SIM-free at £439.99.
We've reached out to Three to ask whether the Nexus 6P will be available on its network, but Three didn't stock the Nexus 6 last year so we're not holding our breath.