Google Pixels to sell via Verizon only in the US
In the United States, Google has announced a partnership with Verizon and this means that they would be selling their Pixel smartphones via the carrier only in the region. For those that would not want to purchase via the Big Red but still love to have a unit of it, the device would also be made available via the Google Store.
From Verizon, you can get the smaller 5 inch Pixel for $27.08 every month for a period of 24 months, all on the 32G variant of this one. The 128GB model would see you pay an amount of $31.24 installmentally for the same timeframe also.
Going to the 5.5 inch Pixel XL instead, this one would see you pay $32.08 per month if you would like the 32GB model and $36.24 for the bigger 128GB model per month for a full period of 24 months.
Starting from the 2PM of Eastern Time today, the preorder of the device has gone live.
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