Verizon starts to offer customers trade-in offer on Google Pixels
When the business minds came together and started to think about how best to create deals, what they wanted to do was to step up in the competition and the best thing about this is that the customers end up being the greatest beneficiaries of these kinds of deals.
When the Google Pixel and Pixel XL first launched, they were offered by Google Store and Verizon and while you can now get it from only the latter, T-Mobile came into the scene and introduced a $325 rebate deal in a bid to bring more people to their network.
In a counter-offer, Version has promised that they would give you as much as $300 off the new Pixels if you are willing to bring in your old device and trade it in for the 2016 phones rolled out by Google.
Before you opt in to this deal, you would have to be sure that your device is in good working and cosmetic condition and as well, your handset is listed on the line of supported devices. Those that are eligible for this kind of trade in are those that use units such as Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Galaxy S6 Edge, HTC M9, iPhone 6, LG G4 and the LG V10.
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