Google cuts Pixel 3 prices in half for Project Fi birthday

Joanna Estrada
April 22, 2019

Unfortunately, if your phone budget is relatively tight, the quadruple-digit price of the Pixel 3 XL might have scared you away, but on Monday, April 22nd, in celebration of the fourth anniversary of Google Fi's launch, Google is slashing the price of both Pixel 3 models in half.

Those prices nearly make me want to take another chance on a Google Pixel 3 XL, and I believe these are the prices that Google should always sell its handsets at.

Pixel 3 128 GB is discounted from $899 to $449. It's available to new or existing Fi customers, as long as they are US residents aged 18 or over. You'll pay the discounted price at checkout; from there your only requirement is to activate service within 30 days. If you don't, you'll get charged the balance of the full price. See the full terms here.

Until tomorrow, you can save 50 percent on the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL when buying either device through Google Fi. This is for the 64GB version, if you want 128GB then its $450 or $18.71/mo.

As for Google Fi, it's not the cheapest option out there: For $20 per month you get unlimited minutes and messages, while data runs $10 per gigabyte.

Head over to the Google Fi store if you want one (again, the deal is for today only).

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