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Get a 128GB Pixel 2 XL at a $350 discount with monthly Verizon payments

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Get a 128GB Pixel 2 XL at a $350 discount with monthly Verizon payments
If you’ve given up all hope of seeing a so-called Pixel Ultra with no notch unveiled on October 9 and remain disappointed in the way the Pixel 3 XL is expected to look, it’s definitely not too late to buy last year’s Pixel 2 XL.

This is still not a perfect phone, but if you’re lucky to get a unit unaffected by severe lag issues, you’re certainly going to be impressed by the almost unrivaled skill set of its single 12MP rear-facing camera.

If you don’t mind activating the “pure Google” jumbo-sized handset on Verizon and paying monthly installments for it, Best Buy has yet another tempting deal. Once again, you can save $300 on a 64GB variant, while the 128 gig configuration is available with an unprecedented $350 total discount.

Instead of coughing up $39.58 a month for two years, amounting to an obscene $950 or so, digital hoarders in love with the stock Android experience can now pay just $24.99 a month. At the end of the two-year agreement, you’re looking at a $600 or so bill, which is a significantly more attractive arrangement. 

Just keep in mind the 128 gig Google Pixel 2 XL can only be purchased in black from Best Buy with Verizon device payments, while the 64GB version is available in both “Just Black” and “Black & White” at $22.91 a month, equating to $549.84 after two years.

Powered by Android 9.0 Pie and guaranteed to receive one more major OS update, the Pixel 2 XL comes with an extra-wide 2:1 6-inch P-OLED screen and relatively thin bezels, as well as dual front-firing stereo speakers, IP67 water and dust resistance, fast-charging 3520 mAh battery, Snapdragon 835 processing punch, and 4GB RAM.

source: Best Buy

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