Verizon just announced that it will offer a huge discount on Google Pixel this Friday and Saturday. Yes, the carrier network will drop the cost of the phone from $650 to $240. If you are willing to sign a 24-month contract with the carrier, you will take advantage of that great deal. You can get a new Pixel in 32GB capacity for $10 per month for 24 months. If you need more storage space, the Pixel or Pixel XL in 128GB capacity will be available for $15 per month for 24 months, or $360.
It’s good to be aware that you will still need to buy the Google Pixel for the starting price of $650, the $409.99 discount will be applicable to your account in monthly bill credits spreading out over the 24-month period. So, the phone is locked to Verizon for the full two years. Regardless, that’s still a nice discount for a flagship smartphone at the moment, right?
If you are not interested in that deal, Verizon will also be one of many retailers like Google or Best Buy, offering Google Home for $99, down from $129.
For whom it may concern, the Pixel and Pixel XL are the newest models added to the search giant’s line of in-house products. The Google Pixel features a fantastic camera with the potential ability to capture available light, brighten up scenes, and especially record 4K video. The cool thing is that it’s the first smartphone to be integrated with Google’s new powerful voice-and-search service, called Google Assistant.
The Pixel and Pixel are nearly identical, but the latter is larger with sharper screen and a bumped-up battery. Both come in sleek, one solid piece aluminum design, which makes them more elegant than previous Nexus devices.
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