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Here's how you can get Google's Pixel 4 at a measly $150 overall (no trade-in required)

Here's how you can get Google's Pixel 4 at a measly $150 overall (no trade-in required)
If you haven't taken advantage of a killer Black Friday or Cyber Monday deal on a hot new high-end handset from a major smartphone vendor, it's probably time to give up all hope of seeing similarly massive discounts offered anytime soon. 

But AT&T has just kicked off a brand-new Pixel 4 promotion that's almost as good as its recent bargains, which is pretty much the best you can expect to get before Christmas. For a limited time, the carrier's new and existing subscribers are looking at paying a measly $5 a month for Google's 5.7-inch Snapdragon 855 powerhouse, amounting to an extremely reasonable grand total of 150 bucks after 30 installments.

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Unsurprisingly, this holiday deal comes with most of the usual strings attached, although at least you don't need to trade anything in to save a whopping $690. That hefty discount, by the way, will be reflected on your monthly bill as credit for the entire duration of your two-and-a-half-year "contract", and the other big requirement is opening a new account or adding a line to an existing one with an unlimited service plan setting you back at least $75 a month before any other savings are considered.

While you can currently choose from three different color options (black, white, and orange) of the 64GB Pixel 4 at a heavily marked-down price, the 128 gig configuration is not on sale in any paint job, fetching the usual $960, or $32 a month for two and a half years. The same goes for the Pixel 4 XL, which can be purchased from the nation's second-largest wireless service provider at the time of this writing at its typical price of $960 and up.

Yes, we admit the baby Pixel 4 might not seem like the most desirable high-end product released in the second half of 2019, but at $150, this is an outright and undeniable steal, what with its state-of-the-art processor, sharp OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, silky smooth software, and phenomenal dual rear-facing camera system.

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