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Verizon Customers: 64GB Google Pixel 3 Smartphone $16.66/Mo. w/ Payment Plan EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 64GB Google Pixel 3 Verizon Smartphone on 24-month device payment plan for $16.66/mo. (~$399.99 total owed by customer) + one-time $40 Activation/Upgrade Fee when activated on a new or upgrade-eligible Verizon postpaid line. Shipping is free or select free store pickup. Thanks superbrad9

Note, requires a new/existing Verizon postpaid service plan (see plans). Plan costs not included in prices below.
  • 64GB Google Pixel 3 Verizon Smartphone
    • Just Black
    • Not Pink
    • Clearly White
      • $16.66/mo. on 24-mo. device payment plan (may be paid off in full at any time) + $40 one-time Activation/Upgrade Fee = ~$439.99 total financed amount owed by customer + tax
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  • The device can be paid off in full at any time after 14 days of activation (past Best Buy's return window). The $16.66/mo. price is the upfront, final discounted cost to the customer and does not require bill credits from the carrier to maintain your discounted monthly pricing (what are "bill credits"?).
  • You are not committing to a two-year service plan contract with Verizon to receive the discounted device price. Verizon smartphone plans are now no-contract and service plan costs are separate from your 24-month device payment plan costs. Simply pay off any balance still owed on the device if deciding to cancel your Verizon service prior to the completion of your 24 month device payment plan term.
  • Tax may be based on the full retail price of $799.99 and is due at time of checkout today.
  • The activation / upgrade fee is not due at checkout today and will be reflected later on your first (new customers) / next (existing customers) Verizon service bill.
  • As of July 19th, 2019, Verizon devices are now only eligible for unlock after 60 days of service/activation (unlocked automatically on day 61).
Specs
  • 5.5" 2160x1080 OLED display (18:9 aspect ratio)
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB internal storage
  • Cameras: 12.2MP rear / Dual 8MP front
  • 802.11ac WiFi, NFC, Bluetooth 5.0
  • IP68 dust/water resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 mins)
  • USB 3.1 Type C port w/ 18W fast charging (Power Delivery)
  • Qi Wireless Charging
  • Fingerprint sensor (rear)
  • 2915 mAh non-removable battery
  • Android 9.0 Pie (planned upgrade to Android 10 "Q")
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Best Buy has the verizon google pixel 3 on sale for 400 bucks with no bill credits. The phone can be paid off without having to keep the line open for 24 months.

Before people start asking:
1. This is NOT a bill credit situation, you can pay the phone off without having to wait 24 months to get the price of $400.
2. There is no early termination fee.
3. Tax is charged on the full price of the phone (800 bucks worth) and there is a $40 verizon upgrade fee, which you may or may not be able to get waived if you call verizon and ask nicely.
4. You do NOT need to add a new line of service, you can upgrade an existing line assuming you have an upgrade available (your current phone is paid off)

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/goog...Id=6303045
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Last Edited by cricket702 August 14, 2019 at 01:38 PM
OP's price works for the Google Pixel 3a

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Nice deal but 64gbs is not enough.
I have 128 but at this point I could have done 64. Maybe 32. Google backs like 100gb for $1 a month. If you need more space you just be backing up to a PC often
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You forgot about taxes(assuming you're in a state with sales tax) and activation fee
But that still applies if you purchased the note as well. That is a good deal actually. Maybe best around. You pay tax and fees basically with any deal. So it's moot
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I have 128 but at this point I could have done 64. Maybe 32. Google backs like 100gb for $1 a month. If you need more space you just be backing up to a PC often
I just feel for $800 you should get at least 128 or an sd slot.
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Delete.
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Can anyone explain this to me? I added the phone to my cart and indicated that I wanted to upgrade a line. I did not provide my Verizon info yet as I noticed this in the fine print (bottom right of the page). Emphasis mine below.

"Except as follows, your current Verizon price plan and features will not be changed with this transaction. Each device added or upgraded to your account will incur a Monthly Line Access Fee which may vary based upon your contract or device payment enrollment.[B] Those customers Upgrading with a 2-Yr contract who have an Unlimited Data package will be enrolled in the Verizon 2GB Data Plan for that line for $30/month. If you complete this transaction, Unlimited Data cannot be returned to your line of service.[/B]"

Am I reading this correctly? If I buy this phone I lose my unlimited data for this line? WTH?
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Cool. PPL be able stacked both promotion from Target's deal few months ago.
Yep, I was able to stack the Verizon bill credits with the Target discount for my mother-in-law. Took some work because the bill credits didn't show up automatically and I had to get Verizon customer service to make sure they were applied, but it worked out in the end.
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Nice deal but 64gbs is not enough.
That's what I was concerned about about when I got the 64gb Best Buy Pixel 2XL.But it turns out with Google Photos uploading all the photos and videos, I have plenty of space. I don't load up the phone with games either
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That's what I was concerned about about when I got the 64gb Best Buy Pixel 2XL.But it turns out with Google Photos uploading all the photos and videos, I have plenty of space. I don't load up the phone with games either
Cool till u got no internet
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But that still applies if you purchased the note as well. That is a good deal actually. Maybe best around. You pay tax and fees basically with any deal. So it's moot
Except you're paying taxes and activation fee twice on the full purchase price if you buy this one to upgrade to a Note 10. In places like Washington with 10% sales tax you pay $80 (Pixel tax), $40 (activation fee), So you end up paying $520 to get $600 off a Note... so it still saves you money.. but it is not huge. Savings of course will be better in lower tax states.
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I recently purchased the (crazy good) Moto z4 Verizon/BestBuy deal and I can tell you these will probably come locked to Verizon under their new policy which requires 60 days of active service after which it should unlock automatically. That said many people successfully got theirs unlocked by calling Verizon and asking them to do so because they would be travelling internationally and need to use local SIMs. Also if you cancel your service within three days of activation you should get a refund on the activation fee and no charge for service.

That said I highly recommend a different deal, specifically the Cricket BOGO LG v35 deal. It is a better phone in a number of ways and you get TWO of them and a month of service for each for $380 plus tax on $300 plus they come unlocked. The BOGO deal is currently marked as dead on here and is no longer mentioned on the product page but supposedly still works, you just need to add two to your cart, porting in a number on one of them.

https://www.gsmarena.com/compare....hone2=9256
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Can someone who has been successful getting the verizon $300 bill credits after buying the phone elsewhere (Target or in this case Best Buy) explain the process they went through?
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If you can, avoid verizon version. No esim, No bootloader unlock.
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No bill credits. No micro SD card.
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I just feel for $800 you should get at least 128 or an sd slot.
Right on!!!!!!!!!!!
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Love my Pixel 3. Had a Nexus 6, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, now a Pixel 3. Still own all of them and they're still being used daily on my account.
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