T-Mobile Is Giving You an Unbelievable 50% Discount on the Google Pixel


T-Mobile is back with yet another offer, and this one will allow you to save up to 50 percent on your Google Pixel purchase. Here’s how the offer is going to work.

Purchasing an Unlocked Google Pixel and Bringing It to T-Mobile Will Give You 50 Percent Back on Your Purchase

Here’s how the offer is going to work, but it will all depend on whether you’ve purchased a Pixel or not. If you have, then you can head down to a T-Mobile retail outlet, show your proof of purchase and the carrier will give you a 50 percent discount on that purchase. So for example, if you’ve purchased a Pixel for $649, then T-Mobile isn’t going to give you $325 in cash, but rather it is going to pay you back through monthly bill credits. The carrier has made the announcement below:

“Hey Pixel owners, we could whisper this in your ear, but that just wouldn’t be our style. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) is again shaking up the status quo -- starting tomorrow, bring your Pixel, Phone by Google to T-Mobile and get up to 50 percent back off the retail price – that’s $325 – when you sign up for T-Mobile ONE. If you think you can only purchase and use the Pixel on Verizon… that’s simply not true!

To take advantage of this limited time offer, purchase an unlocked Pixel from Google or anywhere else, sign up for T-Mobile ONE, then just show us your proof of purchase via our validation site. You’ll automatically see a $13.55 credit to your monthly bill for 24 months (for a grand total of $325, or half the cost of a 32GB Pixel).”

See those core details; it says that monthly bills credit will last for a period of 24 months, but you’ll be able to add $13.55 worth of monthly credit to your phone. This is less than an ideal offer to persuade Pixel smartphone owners to switch their carriers, but it is still better than nothing. What I would have preferred is if users are allowed to receive the $325 bills credit in a single month rather than stretching out the offer for a period of two years.

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