Three years ago today, Google revealed that it was entering the U.S wireless business as a mobile virtual network operator. Project Fi has since added group plans, an unlimited plan called Bill Protection, and more devices, with the service considered easy to understand and a good deal for some, particularly international travelers.
In celebration of this milestone, Project Fi is hosting a limited-time sale on the Google Pixel 2 XL. Those who purchase and activate the device on the Google MVNO will get a $150 discount on either the $849 64GB or $949 128GB model.
This is one of the largest direct price cuts from Google at $699 and $799, respectively, with the Google Store only offering a $100 store credit last month and on Cyber Monday. While the smaller Pixel 2 is excluded from the deal, all 2 XL variants (including Just Black and Black & White) are currently in stock.
From the terms, this deal is open to both existing and new subscribers as long as you activate the device on Project Fi within 30 days. Those new to the service can in theory just sign up for one month of service ($35 plus applicable tax) and then cancel, while retaining the instantly applied Pixel 2 XL discount.
This deal begins when the Project Fi store and sign-up page return from scheduled maintenance at 8AM PST and ends at 11PM PST tonight, or until supplies last. There is a limit of one device per customer.
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