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$200 credit + free pixel buds A with purchase of Pixel 6/pixel 6 pro on Google Fi $599 only

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Buying pixel 6 on Google Fi, get $200 billing credit and a Google Buds A series ($99 value)

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Promotion Terms: Get $200 in savings on Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro plus a pair of Pixel Buds A-Series on us
Get up to $200 in savings, plus a pair of Pixel Buds A-Series on us with the purchase and activation of Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro from fi.google.com. You will receive the $200 savings in Google Fi bill credit. In order to be eligible, you must transfer (port-in) your number to Fi from your current carrier. Users who pre-order and purchase a device by 10/27/21 will also receive a code to redeem the pair of Pixel Buds A-Series from store.google.com. The redemption code will be emailed on 10/28/21, and is valid through November 10, 2021 at 11:59pm PT. Pixel Pass subscription members are not eligible for this promotion. Learn more about Pixel Pass at https://fi.google.com/about/pixel-pass.

How do I qualify for the $200 Fi bill credit?
You must be a new Fi customer. A new Fi customer is someone who has never had Fi service or someone whose last day of Fi service took place more than 180 days before making a purchase with this promotion.
To qualify for the offer, you need to:
Activate the phone on a new full service plan (data-only SIMs do not qualify) within 30 days of the shipment confirmation email and remain active on Fi with your qualifying phone for 30 consecutive days.
You must activate on the same Fi account used to purchase the phone or be a new member of the purchaser's group plan.
You must also bring/transfer your number to the qualifying Fi account 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 bill credit.

When will I receive my $200 Fi bill credit?
You will receive an email after all terms and conditions have been satisfied, and the credit will be applied to your subsequent bills.
The credit will be applied toward monthly service costs only, such as data, calls, texts, and device protection; it cannot be applied to phone purchase or financing.
If you return or cancel your order, you are not eligible to keep the credit. If you have already used credit, the redeemed value will be charged to your Google Pay account.

Any other details to know about the $200 Fi bill credit?
This promotion expires on October 27, 2021 at 11:59pm PT. Offer only available while supplies last.
Offer is valid 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.
This offer cannot be combined with other Google offers.
Fi bill credits are not transferable and are not valid for cash or cash equivalent.
If Fi determines that this offer is used in connection with abuse, misuse, or fraud, the Fi credit will be voided and any redeemed credit will be charged to your Google Pay account. Account must be active and in good standing to receive credits.
Void where prohibited.
How do I redeem the Pixel Buds A-Series?
To redeem the credit, you need to:
Pre-order and purchase a Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro from fi.google.com by 10/27/21 at 11:59pm PT.
You will receive an email with your promo code and redemption instructions on 10/28/21. If you purchase multiple eligible devices, you will receive one promo code per device.
Redeem your Pixel Buds A-Series from store.google.com by 11/10/21 at 11:59pm PT.
Any other details to know about the redemption of the Pixel Buds A-Series?
This promotion expires on October 27, 2021 at 11:59pm PT. Offer only available while supplies last.
Limit one Pixel Buds A-Series per Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro purchase. Promotion codes expire on 11/10/21 at 11:59pm PT.
Offer is only available to U.S. residents 18 years or older, and requires US shipping addresses.
This offer cannot be combined with other Google offers.
Redemption codes are non-transferable and not valid for cash or cash equivalent.
Purchase must be made on Google Store US. One promotion code eligible per purchase.
Void where prohibited.


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Last Edited by RonaldM October 20, 2021 at 03:48 PM
FYI, in the US at least, there are two Pixel 6 models; one with and one without mmWave.

The Pixel 6 from Google Fi, from T-Mobile, or sold from Google as unlocked, does NOT have mmWave.
The Pixel 6 from Verizon (or from Google for Verizon) has mmWave, as well as the Pixel 6 from AT&T.


All Pixel 6 Pro have mmWave.
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Thanh21 asked this question on 10-20-2021 at 10:43 AM
10-20-2021 at 10:43 AM
It would depend on how much your monthly bill is. If you had the lowest plan, $20 with no data, the credit would last 10 months.
aopluu asked this question on 10-20-2021 at 04:36 PM
10-20-2021 at 04:36 PM
Seems either buds or 200 credit. I don't know how op managed to get both!!
SelfPropelledFive asked this question on 10-20-2021 at 04:37 PM
10-20-2021 at 04:37 PM
After 60 days service is usually in the terms
lpd82 asked this question on 10-25-2021 at 01:07 PM
10-25-2021 at 07:29 PM
Assuming you've only got 1 phone on the plan, it's...
$20 base + $10/GB data + taxes/fees.
For example, one month I used 2.73 GB, so...
$20 base + $27.33 data + $5.67 taxes/fees = $53.00

If you hit 6GB, they stop charging more for data, so if you use 10GB in a month, it would be...
$20 base + $60 maxed data = $80 + taxes/fees

Once you hit 15GB, I think they slow your speeds till the next billing cycle.

You can read more if you go to the Google Fi homepage and look at the Plans tab at the top.

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new Fi customer only :/
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new Fi customer only please change your title
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new Fi customer only :/
"A new Fi customer is someone who has never had Fi service or someone whose last day of Fi service took place more than 180 days before making a purchase with this promotion."

Current users are out of luck it seems, unless they sign up for a new account with new numbers. But past customers (such as myself) who had service years ago are not excluded.
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Anyone actually try to place this order? It only shows one offer or the other ($200 credit or Pixel Buds A) but not both. A bit confusing if you'll get both or not.
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Can we cancel fi after getting phone?
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I used to have Fi in the past...but they just aren't competitive anymore from a cost perspective. You can get Mint plans with unlimited talk/text and 4GB of data for $15 a month, or even half that (as some deals on this site demonstrate). With Google the plan starts at $20 without any data- and data is $10 a month! In other words, the same service is 4 times as expensive with Fi. If they had data at $2.50 a GB it would still be twice as expensive as something like Mint- which isn't even the cheapest, although it might be per GB. I have had Red Pocket service for the last couple years with 1GB and unlimited talk/text for about $8 a month. Google Fi isn't even in the same ballpark.
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I used to have Fi in the past...but they just aren't competitive anymore from a cost perspective. You can get Mint plans with unlimited talk/text and 4GB of data for $15 a month, or even half that (as some deals on this site demonstrate). With Google the plan starts at $20 without any data- and data is $10 a month! In other words, the same service is 4 times as expensive with Fi. If they had data at $2.50 a GB it would still be twice as expensive as something like Mint- which isn't even the cheapest, although it might be per GB. I have had Red Pocket service for the last couple years with 1GB and unlimited talk/text for about $8 a month. Google Fi isn't even in the same ballpark.
You've oversimplified this (and/or don't understand). Fi is an MVNO that uses multiple carriers ensuring more coverage and better speeds. You can get free data SIMs to ride on the same single-line plan for mobile use on tablets, etc. that simply share the $10 per gigabyte. International data coverage/cost is the same as domestic coverage/cost, with no roaming fees. Your Red Pocket service stinks in comparison.

That said, Google is being stingy with this petty $200 bill credit limited to new customers. They used to do way better. They don't deserve our business.

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You've oversimplified this (and/or don't understand). Fi is an MVNO that uses multiple carriers ensuring more coverage and better speeds. You can get free data SIMs to ride on the same single-line plan for mobile use on tablets, etc. that simply share the $10 per gigabyte. International data coverage/cost is the same as domestic coverage/cost, with no roaming fees. Your Red Pocket service stinks in comparison.

That said, Google is being stingy with this petty $200 bill credit limited to new customers. They used to do way better. They don't deserve our business.

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Yes, if you travel internationally on a regular basis Fi could be a good idea. Most people do not. Most people are around WiFi most of the time, and need some data to get by when they go out. For these people, like me, Google Fi pricing sucks.
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Is it possible we can sell the sealed pixel 6 and keep the earbud & $200 Fi sim & plan to use in another phone?
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You've oversimplified this (and/or don't understand). Fi is an MVNO that uses multiple carriers ensuring more coverage and better speeds. You can get free data SIMs to ride on the same single-line plan for mobile use on tablets, etc. that simply share the $10 per gigabyte. International data coverage/cost is the same as domestic coverage/cost, with no roaming fees. Your Red Pocket service stinks in comparison.

That said, Google is being stingy with this petty $200 bill credit limited to new customers. They used to do way better. They don't deserve our business.

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So what is a good alternative to leave FI??? I am finding FI expensive with multiple lines. Google has gone crazy with their pricing.
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So 0 credit for existing customers upgrading to pixel 6? Google you are simply stupid
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Quote from amax :
You've oversimplified this (and/or don't understand). Fi is an MVNO that uses multiple carriers ensuring more coverage and better speeds. You can get free data SIMs to ride on the same single-line plan for mobile use on tablets, etc. that simply share the $10 per gigabyte. International data coverage/cost is the same as domestic coverage/cost, with no roaming fees. Your Red Pocket service stinks in comparison.

That said, Google is being stingy with this petty $200 bill credit limited to new customers. They used to do way better. They don't deserve our business.

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Because it is that simple. As long as they're in the USA, having to worry about which carrier you're using is a thing in the past. The fact of the matter is it's overpriced service for what you get. $30 minimum to have any kind of data.
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Is it possible we can sell the sealed pixel 6 and keep the earbud & $200 Fi sim & plan to use in another phone?
Seems either buds or 200 credit. I don't know how op managed to get both!!
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