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64GB Google Pixel Verizon Smartphone: Pixel 4 XL $20.85/Month, Pixel 4 EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 64GB Google Pixel 4 / 4 XL Verizon Smartphone on sale listed below w/ 24-Month Verizon Device Payments & Activation. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks nutsack
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  • 5.7" FHD+ or 6.3" QHD+ OLED Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Octa-Core Processor
  • 6GB LPDDR4x Memory
  • 64GB Internal Storage
  • 16MP + 12.2MP Rear Cameras & 8MP Front Camera
  • 2800mAh or 3700mAh Battery
  • Android 10
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Best Buy is offering $400 off the Pixel 4 and 4 XL for cost of $399 and $499 respectively for the 64 gb models when financed through Verizon. This discount is NOT bill credits and is referred to as a "down payment" on the finance agreement so you will only owe $399/$499 if you cancel service.

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It's clearly a Verizon deal. Infact it's the same deal they run every black Friday for the Verizon Pixel. On top of that Verizon hasn't had a unlocked bootloader in close to a decade.
So you assume everybody has followed Verizon for the last decade?
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Was that the pixel 3 or the 4? I think Verizon disabled the esim on one.
I meant carriers disabled it on 4 and 4 XL. Only 3a/3a XL works with Dual SIM, not a regular 3/3 XL. I have a 3 XL.
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I would love to get a 4XL, but the battery life is dismal according to reviews, what do you think?
I've had a 4XL for 1 month now, coming from a 2XL. Battery life was my biggest concern getting this phone because I planned on keeping the screen locked at 90hz.
Battery life has been refreshingly good. I use my phone pretty heavily for work all day and I've had considerably higher battery percentage getting off at the end of the day with no mid day charge than I did with my almost 2 year old 2XL.
I've enjoyed the upgrade from the 2XL mostly for the screen, the snappier experience that the new processor and additional RAM provide, and the face unlock (because I use gloves a lot in my job.)
The most underrated feature imo is the motion sense for alarm purposes. There's nothing I hate more than reaching for my phone in the morning and fumbling with muting the alarm. The motion sense quiets the alarm when your hand approaches the phone.
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I just activated a new line on AT&T and the Pixel 4 XL is $10 month for 30 months.

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So does this have Best Buy pay that part up front or is it just a partial monthly bill credit
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I've had a 4XL for 1 month now, coming from a 2XL. Battery life was my biggest concern getting this phone because I planned on keeping the screen locked at 90hz.
Battery life has been refreshingly good. I use my phone pretty heavily for work all day and I've had considerably higher battery percentage getting off at the end of the day with no mid day charge than I did with my almost 2 year old 2XL.
I've enjoyed the upgrade from the 2XL mostly for the screen, the snappier experience that the new processor and additional RAM provide, and the face unlock (because I use gloves a lot in my job.)
The most underrated feature imo is the motion sense for alarm purposes. There's nothing I hate more than reaching for my phone in the morning and fumbling with muting the alarm. The motion sense quiets the alarm when your hand approaches the phone.
Thanks. I have a 2xl now and have no complaints it's paid off as well. I'm hoping to keep it around another year or two yet.
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I meant carriers disabled it on 4 and 4 XL. Only 3a/3a XL works with Dual SIM, not a regular 3/3 XL. I have a 3 XL.
from a quick google, it looks like pixel 3 doesn't have simultaneous dual sim support.
pixel 4 verizon variant has esim disabled, and verizon only supports esim on the iphone.
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Seems like it could be time for me to upgrade. I've been happy with my pixel XL (1), but the battery is going.

End of day it will drop below 20%... And anything below that, it could randomly shut off at any point.

I miss the days of changeable batteries (and cheap expandable storage).
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from a quick google, it looks like pixel 3 doesn't have simultaneous dual sim support.
pixel 4 verizon variant has esim disabled, and verizon only supports esim on the iphone.
Yes, no cheap data when roaming internationally, while keeping the domestic sim for talk and texts.
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How soon can we pay off ?
You can pay it off with cash at any Verizon corporate store as soon as you bought it from Best Buy. I have done this many times. Clueless Verizon rep may say you can't, just tell them to scroll down till they see the cash payment option at the Verizon corporate store. Good deal. Not too shabby!
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are these unlocked ? Will it work on AT&T ?
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They're locked. Verizon unlocks them after something like 60 days.
I have 5 lines w/ Verizon for over 10 yrs. All their smart phone are unlocked and can be use with all carriers. I have Iphones, galaxies, and pixels, they are always unlocked.
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from a quick google, it looks like pixel 3 doesn't have simultaneous dual sim support.
pixel 4 verizon variant has esim disabled, and verizon only supports esim on the iphone.
After unlocked, will the Verizon Pixel 4's esim work on other carriers?
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I have 5 lines w/ Verizon for over 10 yrs. All their smart phone are unlocked and can be use with all carriers. I have Iphones, galaxies, and pixels, they are always unlocked.
Recently they changed the policy and the phone will be locked for 60 days after activation
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I am 37 and must say Verizon's customer service is, by far, the worst I have ever dealt with in my life. First, if you need to contact them, you are looking at a good half hour wait before you get someone on the phone. They are always experiencing "higher than usual" call volume as specified when you are on hold. At what point does the high than usual become the norm. There is also no option for them to call you back in lieu of waiting.

I must have had close to 30 phone calls with them during my time with them over the course of a year and a half. I became so tired of their customer service, that I opted to just pay the rest of my S9 off instead of continuing to get my monthly bill credits. It got that bad that I was willing to pay them to not have to deal with them.

My major gripe with them is the amount of lies their customer service reps tell consumers. I had been told disparate information on six different occasions regarding when I can pay a phone off, what bill credits will be issued, what buyback amounts I'd be receiving on traded phones,and their policies. I had been hung up on on three occasions. Hung up as in abruptly and not without saying goodbye.

I had good reason to record my calls because I was able to prove to them that I had previously been told different information by other associates. I was able to document their either (1) lies or (2) misinformation that had been provided to me by representatives of their company.

Two of hangups occurred as a result of my telling them I was recording the call, which is legal in my state. In fact, I live in a one-party consent state, which doesn't even require their consent. They said that they cannot continue the call if I am recording them. I reciprocated their statement by indicating that they are recording me, so I have the right to because (1) I live in a one-party consent state and (2) they are recording me.
I can't count the number of hours I dealt with trying to make them stick to their word. I would guess it is over 20.

tl;dr They have the worst customer service of any company I have ever dealt with. They are probably fine with prepaid, but PLEASE, don't enter a device payment plan with them! From my perspective, you very well may be better off not taking their billing credits. I know it is tempting, but just consider my experience when deciding to do so. Chose as you wish.
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I have 5 lines w/ Verizon for over 10 yrs. All their smart phone are unlocked and can be use with all carriers. I have Iphones, galaxies, and pixels, they are always unlocked.
Guess what, it's not true anymore.
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