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You know you don't need to go buy the $800 flagship. There really is no difference in removing bloat and disabling it. What's your baseband version?
The Moto X Pure Edition is still a great device for a fraction of the price. It comes with stock Android with no bloat (you can buy it off contact and have it work on all 4 major carriers), and custom ROM support including official CyanogenMod builds. If you decide to get it, get the one I linked above or it's 16GB equivalent (ironically the 32GB is cheaper, at least for me with Prime). Preferably using AmazonSmile.
T-Mobile, single line, $40/mo for talk, text, and 3GB data. Link.
I can stream as much music and video as I want and it doesn't count against my data cap. I don't think I've ever used more than 1GB in any given month (mostly from GMaps and reddit.)
It's a no-contract plan, so I had to pay the full price for my phone. Not a big deal though, I was able to get a Moto X Pure at a discount on Amazon Prime Day.
They also have their "T-Mobile Tuesdays" where they give out neat promotional stuff. When Suicide Squad came out, they gave out free tickets for opening night showings
Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB Black (U.S. Warranty - XT1575)
ZTE Axon 7 unlocked smartphone,64GB Grey (US Warranty)
Samsung Galaxy S6 (SM-G920V) - 32GB Verizon + GSM Smartphone - Black Sapphire (Certified Refurbished)
And at $400:
Huawei Nexus 6P H1512 32GB (GSM Unlocked) - International Version with No Warranty (Aluminium / Silver)
Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone, 64 GB Black (U.S. Warranty)
Moto X Pure Edition 2015
Lol, sorry. They're pretty well hidden on the site. Here's a few links to some of the different configurations:
Amazon Moto X Pure Edition
There's a few different ones in that link. I'm sure there will be more eventually.