A fresh new leak unearthed by M. Brandon Lee gives us our first bit of info on Google’s Pixel Pass subscription service. In essence, users will pay a pre-determined monthly fee and get access to a Pixel phone with an extended warranty and device upgrades alongside Google Fi network coverage and Google’s first-party services including Google One, Play Pass and YouTube Premium. Stadia is not mentioned explicitly in the leaked image.
If this all sounds familiar it’s basically Google’s take on Apple’s iPhone upgrade program where users get the latest phone every year and the Apple One service which bundles all of Cupertino’s key online services and streaming platforms into one monthly installment. The leaked image also specifies that users will be able to trade in an old phone when switching to the Pixel Pass program and there’s even an option to purchase Pixel Pass membership through Google Store. By the looks of it Pixel Pass will most likely be a US-exclusive at launch.
There’s no mention of pricing for Pixel Pass though with Google’s October 19 event now confirmed we should be getting more details on the plan with the launch of the Pixel 6 series.
As i know the google and the way they sell bellow average phone for a price of a very expensive flagship this going to be pretty costly and you get only basic stuff anything else you have to pay extra. Its definitely not worth even with bundled go...
Man 30 a month is 720 peryear for maybe a 400 eur pixel device and you have to pay for many services too if you want them. You get only very basic rest you have to buy. Its definitely not worth. Like carrier plans. Usualy with phone but y...
If it is £30, I wouldn't mind paying monthly to get pixel phone.