In celebration of Google Fi birthday, Google is cutting the prices of its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones for its new and current users. The pixel 3 costs $799, but you can get it for as little as $399. The cheapest option is the 64GB Pixel 3, which is discounted from $799 to $399, while the 128GB model is just $449, compared to the regular $899 price.
If you want to get more camera choices then the Pixel 3 XL is available for $449 or $499 in 64 GB and 128 GB flavors. By Doubling the Pixel 3’s 64GB storage to 128GB it only costs you an extra $50. If you want the Pixel 3 XL, it starts at $449 for 64GB; the 128GB model is $50 more. This offer is valid today so if you want to avail the opportunity you better hurry up.
As far as strings are attached Google only requires you to activate the phone on Google Fi within 30 days of when you receive the shipping confirmation email. There are no such restrictions which keep you tied to Google Fi, therefore, you’re free to take it to any carrier once you activate because both the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL work on all GSM and CDMA carriers. Google Fi might be a good fit if you don’t use a ton of data.
As far as Google Fi is concerned it is a pay-what-you-want MVNO which works on the back of T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular’s networks. Depending on your location in the US Google Fi will kick whichever carrier network that can give you the best results in terms of coverage and network speed. Once you activate a phone on Fi you can use it internationally without swapping out a SIM card or paying extra for coverage and data.
Moreover, Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL anticipated announcing on May 7th at Google I/O. Both phones would be able to work with Google Fi, as all Pixels do out of the box. Once you buy the device at the discounted price you need to activate it within 30 days of shipping.