Google Fi: 128GB Pixel 4a 5G w/ Activation & Port-In + Up to $500 Trade-In Credit
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Google Fi has 128GB Google Pixel 4a 5G Unlocked Smartphone on sale for $299.99 when you Port-In an existing number and Activate on Google Fi no-contract service starting at $20/mo. within 30 days of shipment. You must remain on active paid Google Fi service for 60 consecutive days (full terms). Shipping is free. Thanks glass_tiki
Note: Must activate w/ Google Fi service within 30 days of device shipment. If you do not activate service within 30 days of device shipment and remain active for 60 days. If not, the promotional discounted amount of $200 will be charged to your Google Payments account to match the full price of the device ($499.99).
6.2" 2340 x 1080 OLED HDR display (413 ppi)
Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G octa-core processor
128GB UFS 2.1 internal storage
Fingerprint sensor (rear)
WiFi 802.11ac MIMO (2x2), Bluetooth 5.0 LE, NFC
Cameras: 12.2MP (wide) + 16 MP (ultrawide) rear, 8MP front
USB 3.1 Type C Port
3.5mm headphone jack
3885 mAh battery w/ 18W fast charging (Power Delivery 2.0)
Last Edited by Ashevillan
November 26, 2020
Promotion Terms: $200 off Pixel 4a (5G) with purchase, activation and number transfer
New Fi customers get a $200 phone discount with the purchase and activation of a Pixel 4a (5G) phone from fi.google.com. You must also bring/transfer your number to Fi from your current carrier to be eligible.
How do I qualify for the $200 discount as a new Fi customer?
A new Fi customer is somebody who is new to Google Fi on either a new plan, or a new member as a part of an existing group plan. If you had previously used Google Fi at any point, even if you are not currently (or recently) a customer, you do not qualify as a new customer. This is not clear from ANY of their offer language.
To qualify for the full $200 discount, you need to:
Activate the phone on a full service plan (data-only SIMs do not qualify) within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email and remain active on Google Fi for 60 consecutive days.
You must also bring/transfer your number to Fi within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email. Fi-to-Fi number transfers are not eligible.
If you choose to get a new number, you will not receive the $200 discount.
Any other details to know?
Offer is valid while supplies last or while the promotion is live and available on the fi.google.com site.
For individual plans, limit one per person. For group plans, limit one per group plan member.
Offer is only available to U.S. residents 18 years or older, and requires Google Pay and Google Fi accounts.
Unless otherwise stated, this offer cannot be combined with other offers.
Discount is not transferable and is not valid for cash or cash equivalent.
If Google Fi determines that this offer is used in connection with abuse, misuse, or fraud, or if the account used to purchase the phone is not in good standing, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Pay account.
Void where prohibited.
Quote from Bflo23 :
How does Google fi data work? It says 1GB data for $10. Does that mean if I use 20mb for the month that I automatically get charged $10... and then every other 1GB it is another $10. Or do they charge $10 once you hit the 1GB mark.
You're essentially charged per MB at $0.01/MB, so if you used 20MB for the month, your data cost would be $0.20.
If you used 550MB, your data bill would be $5.50.
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I'm on the FE now, IMO its simply a trade off. FE has bigger battery, better hardware all around, but the fingerprint scanner in screen instead of on the back is super annoying to me, it's becoming a deal breaker.