Sprint offering up to $325 in account credits if you activate the Pixel/Pixel XL on their network

Currently, Verizon is the only US carrier selling Google’s Pixel phones. However, T-Mobile started offering account credits to those who activate either the Google Pixel or Pixel XL on their network back in October. Now, Sprint is apparently doing the same thing. According to a report from Android Police, the carrier has sent out a promo to selected customers via email, offering them up to $325 in account credits if they bring an unlocked Pixel/Pixel XL smartphone to their network.

The $325 in credits is valid for the Pixel XL and is delivered equally over the course of 24 months — $13.55 per month. Those who have the smaller of Google’s two devices are eligible to receive up to $240 in credits, or $10 per month.

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As already said, the offer is currently only available to selected users. But if you haven’t received an email from Sprint but would consider getting the deal, there’s still hope. Simply contact Sprint’s support, tell them that you’re interested in the Pixel promo, and hope for the best. Who knows, you just might get lucky.

But keep in mind that the promo will end soon, as it’s only available until the end of the month. So if you’re thinking of getting the deal, you’ll have to move fast.

If you do decide to contact Sprint regarding the promo, let us know if you were able to get it.

By | 2016-12-22T10:00:07+00:00 December 22nd, 2016|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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