If you are in the US, and are planning to purchase a Google Pixel 2 XL, here's a deal for you: Project Fi is offering $150 discount on the device, bringing the tag down to $700 and $800 for 64GB and 128GB models, respectively.
Specifically, the Google-owned carrier is offering $150 service credit to buyers of the phone.
The promo has just been launched, and it runs through July 7 (or while supplies last). Both new and existing Project Fi customers are eligible. The handset must be activated within 30 days of shipment and remain active for 30 consecutive days within 60 days of shipment.
For more info as well as to make a purchase, head to the Source link below. Note that Google is also officially offering discounts on several of its products, including Pixel 2 XL.
I agree with the lack of the headphone jack and SD card slot, but why does everybody keep on barking about battery? The battery life on it is pretty good and gets you through a day easy. Other than that, I agree with you wholeheartedly.
No thanks. You can get a vastly better flagship phone elsewhere in the android world for the same discounted price. Not one that is as crippled as the Pixel phones from Google. crippled (adj.) a flagship phone that does not have the usual dual sim,...