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T-Mobile's excellent Google Pixel promo offer is now even better

T-Mobile is expanding its Google Pixel promotional offer that it launched last week to more of the wireless carrier's customers.
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November 1, 2016
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Last week, T-Mobile decided to take a swipe at Verizon’s exclusive on the new Google Pixel and Pixel XL by offering people who bought the smartphones a special discount offer. Now the company has expanded that offer to include more of its customers.

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T-Mobile announced last week that if Pixel buyers offered proof they have bought the unlocked versions of the smartphones, they would be eligible to receive a $13.55 credit per month if they sign up to a T-Mobile ONE or ONE Plus plan for 24 months, for a total credit amount of $325 (about half the cost of a standard Google Pixel). Now the carrier has expanded the deal to offer the same credit amount for customers who are signed up for its Simple Choice Unlimited plan as well.

The small catch for those plan subscribers is that they have to enter the promo code “PIXEL” when they validate their Pixel purchase in order to get the credit. This is still a solid promotion for people who want to buy an unlocked Pixel and Pixel XL from the Google Store and don’t want to deal with Verizon. T-Mobile has not yet announced when this specific promotional deal for the Pixel phones will end, but the promo’s website does say that if you order the Pixel at any time during the promotional period, you will still be eligible to get the bill credits even if you get the phone shipped to you after the promo period ends. That’s good news for Google Store buyers who might be facing delays in shipments of their Pixel devices.

What do you think of this latest expansion to the Pixel bill credit offer from T-Mobile? Will it influence you to sign up for the Un-carrier instead of Verizon?