Posted by William Charles on April 22, 2019
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Published on April 22nd, 2019 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Google Fi: 50% Off Google Pixel 3’s (New & Existing Customers)

Deal has expired, view more Google Fi deals by clicking here.

The Offer

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  • Today only Google is offering all new and existing Google Fi customers 50% off Google Pixel 3’s:
    • Pixel 3 64 GB: $399 (reduced from $799)
    • Pixel 3 128 GB: $449 (reduced from $899)
    • Pixel 3 XL 64 GB: $449 (reduced from $899)
    • Pixel 3 XL 128 GB: $499 (reduced from $999)

The Fine Print

  • Valid 4/22/19
  • You can qualify as either a new or existing Google Fi customer.
  • Activate your Pixel 3 or 3 XL within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email.
  • Activate on the Fi account used to purchase the phone. You can activate it yourself or give it to a group plan member to activate.
  • The discounted price will automatically apply during checkout.
  • If Fi is not activated within 30 days of the phone shipment confirmation email, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Payments account to match the full price of the phone.

Our Verdict

Keep in mind you need to activate it on Google Fi within 30 days of phone shipment, so won’t be able to resell this unfortunately. If you’re new to Google Fi The standard best bonus is $20 when you use a referral link, the person signing you up gets $100 (you can find a referral there).

Hat tip to reader Adam W & Sean B & Dans Deals



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Dan
Dan

taking 50% off inflated price is not impressive.

MrObvious
MrObvious

Ya know, you don’t have to purchase it, right? DOC doesn’t obligate you to make purchases for reading the free columns/tips. He and William are nice that way! 😉

mk712
mk712

That doesn’t mean he can’t voice his opinion about how good a deal is or isn’t in the comments. Maybe have some people who would’ve jumped on it think twice about it and make a more informed decision. That’s why there are comments in the first place: help others and discuss a deal (which unfortunately neither your comment or mine are doing…).

Hodor
Hodor

All OOS except Pixel 3 128GB.

Alan

Change the color of the phone you want. I got the black in 64GB.

Hodor
Hodor

I guess they added stock.

Taz
Taz

I currently have the Pixel 2 XL w/ Fi, so with trade in it was about $200 to upgrade. I was originally going to wait for the 4, but @ that price I couldn’t pass it up!

86
86

After activating the phone on Fi, how long do you need to stay before you can cancel? It seems like you could activate the phone for just a month, then quit and keep the phone at the discounted price.

Taz
Taz

I believe it’s 60 days.

cnqr
cnqr

This is not correct. For this deal you only have to activate. You can cancel anytime. So, we are looking at $20 min.

Max
Max

No, you can easily activate and pause right after. Or you can wait a day for the safe side.

Matthew
Matthew

I would caution everyone against using Google Fi for your service provider. I have had nothing but issues with them – loss of coverage, dead zones, constant sending of duplicate texts, incredibly low quality media sharing (we’re talking 240p). And the kicker? I’ve had 6 replacement phones for the same known issue on the Pixel 2.

Stay away. Stay far away.

Kimillionaire
Kimillionaire

My husband’s employer reimburses up to $100/month for cell phone bills, and with Google Fi our monthly bill is about $70. My husband jumped at this upgrade offer, and he’s going with the monthly payment (about $34/month). That way his employer is covering most of the cost of a new phone.

Oliver
Oliver

I’ve been using Google (formerly Project) Fi for about 3 years now and have been happy with it. I don’t use a lot of data, so it’s cost-effective for me.

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