My 32Gb Pixel came from Google via Verizon and cost $10/month with 24 month agreement. Got it on Black Friday.
AnonD-569198, 20 Apr 2017Yea, gee, right. That way, people can pay more for overpriced junk.Flagships are supposed to be overpriced, not a value proposition.
Strider, 21 Apr 2017Huh, when I bought my pixel. I got it for a sale at Best Buy and it was $200 off with a plan. ... moreWhen you buy a phone with 2-year (24 months) installment agreement, smartphone access fee become double, $40 from $20. You will be paying extra $480 ($20x24) for a phone because of the installment agreement. So for $200 off sale, you are actually paying extra $280 on top of the retail price.
Over priced HTC piece of junk. Absolutely not worth it. I bought a new S7 Active (unlocked) from eBay for $400! And I'm getting so much more than Pixel.
Coolrevi, 21 Apr 2017Lol in India its Available with 150$ discount (with payment method any debit/credit card.Lol.. Indian pricing is close to 900 USD (conversion value).. So they can provide 300$ discount too. grow up man!!
Huh, when I bought my pixel. I got it for a sale at Best Buy and it was $200 off with a plan. So I guess that doesn't technically count as a sale, but instead of $250 upfront for a plan, I payed $50
Lol in India its Available with 150$ discount (with payment method any debit/credit card.
The only recent HTC phone that wasn't discounted after a month of being on sale XD
it's nice to see an android flagship at full price for so long, when the typical flagships from samsung and lg are heavily discounted or gifted right from the start or even at pre-order timeframe since 2016.