With the Pixel 4 / Pixel 4 XL finally available for viewing to the masses (besides the numerous leaks) it now comes down to which carriers are getting the Pixel 4 series and what deals they have laid out for it.

Verizon looks to be leading off with a killer deal of buying any Pixel 4 and then getting a 64GB Pixel 4 for free. This works whether you start new service or add a line to its Unlimited Plan.  Eligible smartphones can also be traded in offering up $450. There is even an additional $200 prepaid Mastercard if you switch over to Verizon.

5.7” Pixel 4 starts at $33.33 a month for 24 months on Verizon Device Payment (0% APR; $799.99 retail). 6.3” Pixel 4 XL starts at $37.49 a month for 24 months (0% APR; $899.99 retail).


T-Mobile is offering a Pixel 4 “On Us” deal or up to $800 off a Pixel 4 XL if you switch to T-Mobile and trade in an older Pixel smartphone. That credit will of course be shelled out as $33.34/monthly over a 24mth period on your bill. Otherwise you can trade in an eligible device and get $300 off towards a Pixel 4/4 XL.

T-Mobile customers can get the Pixel 4 in 64GB in Just Black and Clearly White for $33.34/month ($0 down, FRP: $799.99) and the Pixel 4 XL in 64GB in Just Black and Clearly White for $33.34/month ($99.99 down, FRP: $899.99) — all for well qualified customers for 24 months on T-Mobile’s no-interest Equipment Installment Plan


Best Buy will be offering $150 Best Buy gift cards with purchase/activation of a Pixel 4 / 4 XL on Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint starting at $799.99 or you can get $100 Best Buy Gift Card if you acquire an Unlocked Google Pixel 4 or 4XL.

Google will of course be selling both devices on their website with trade-in offers up to $400 back.

B&H is offering a $100 B&H E-Gift Card with purchase and 3-month 8GB Prepaid Mint Mobile Sim Card Kit.

Sprint and AT&T will also be getting the Google Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL but haven’t provided any details as of this posting.

Google Pixel 4 / 4XL will be available on Oct 24th with preorders on various retailers and carriers now.