Deal: Verizon sells the Pixel for $15/month and Pixel XL for $20/month, adds free Google Home
We're just a few months away from Google's big smartphone reveal, and the company's current flagships are one sale at Verizon. Just like it did last week with the LG G6, the Big Red now offers customers who don't mind committing to a long-term contract, the chance to get either of the two Pixel phones for a low price.
As some of you might already know, Verizon was selling the Pixel for $649.99 outright or $27.08 monthly for 24 months. Starting this week, the Pixel is available for purchase at Verizon for just $15 per month, which will save you $289.99 over the next 24 months.
If you prefer larger devices, then Verizon has the Pixel XL on promotion as well. The smartphone is now available for purchase for just $20 per month for 24 months, a considerable cut from the usual $32.08 per month price. Getting the Pixel XL from Verizon will save you the same $289.99 amount.
The prices are for the 32GB models, but Verizon has cut the price of the 128GB variants as well. It's worth noting that you'll be saving $269.99 if you grab the Pixel or Pixel XL 128GB versions.
If you're still not convinced that the deal is good enough for you, then perhaps the fact that Verizon throws in a free Google Home will suffice. Keep in mind that the Google Home must be purchased from the same retailer before July 5. You'll receive the amount paid in the form of a Visa prepaid card within 3 to 6 weeks.