Just like in the case of Ma Bell’s absolute iPhone 11 Pro steal, this killer holiday promo doesn’t come with a whole lot of special conditions. Namely, you don’t have to trade anything in, port in a number from a different carrier, or open a new line of service, let alone a new account altogether. The only requirements are postpaid unlimited wireless service (whether you’re a new or existing AT&T subscriber), a three-year installment agreement, and monthly bill credits.
We’re talking about the 6.4-inch Pixel 6, which is obviously much too young to be offered for free without a slew of conditions, instead costing $10.28 per month for three years. Stormy Black, 5G, 128GB Storage, 8GB RAM, Monthly Installments, and Bill Credits That’s a savings of $370 over AT&T’s original $739.99 advertised price, which was greater than what Google, T-Mobile, and even Verizon charged for the first (non-Pro) Tensor powerhouse for some reason.
Naturally, that means you’ll have to wait 36 months to see the $370 savings reflected on your account, and coincidentally or not, Google’s 5G-enabled Pixel 6 is guaranteed to receive Android version updates until October 2024 (at the very least) while looking at an additional two years (or more) of certain security patches.
Apart from stellar software support, this bad boy has an outstanding dual rear-facing camera system (especially by sub-$400 standards) going for it, as well as a hefty battery equipped with blazing fast charging capabilities, a smooth 90Hz AMOLED display, and a solid 8 gigs of RAM paired with 128GB internal storage space.
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