Here are all the US carrier promotions for the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro


Google kicking off pre-orders for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on the same day of the announcement was a nice treat. Here’s a roundup of each US carrier’s pricing and promotions for buying a Google Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro.

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Google Fi

Google’s own MVNO network Fi is offering two payment plans for the Pixel 6 duo. Whether you get the Pixel Pass or not, pre-orders will include a voucher redeemable for a pair of Google Pixel Buds A-Series. Folks who port their phone number into Fi will receive a $200 Fi bill credit as well.

Pixel Pass includes the phone payment, plus YouTube (and YouTube Music) Premium, 200GB of Google Drive Storage with Google One, Google’s Preferred Care hardware protection plan, and Google Play Pass.

Google FiPhone onlyWith Pixel Pass
Google Pixel 6 (128GB)$599$45/month for two years
Google Pixel 6 (256GB)$699$48.75month for two years
Google Pixel 6 Pro (128GB)$899$55/month for two years
Google Pixel 6 Pro (256GB)$999$58.75/month for two years

AT&T

The carrier is offering the Google Pixel 6 for $15/month for 36 months ($540) with a qualifying interest-free payment agreement and all taxes and feed pair for. You’ll also need to maintain or activate a postpaid plan. This promotion also includes a $200 AT&T statement credit.

Meanwhile, AT&T’s promotion for the Google Pixel 6 Pro is as follows. Purchase the Pixel 6 Pro on a “qualifying installment agreement” and trade-in an eligible smartphone to get up to $700 off the full price. The discount will be offered as monthly statement credit.

AT&T has the highest markup for the outright full price for both the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro across all US carriers.

AT&TFull Price
Google Pixel 6 (128GB)$739
Google Pixel 6 (256GB)Not available
Google Pixel 6 Pro (128GB)$939
Google Pixel 6 Pro (256GB)$1,039

Verizon

Big red is asking $100 more for the Pixel 6 ($699) than other carriers. Verizon is offering up to $700-off with an eligible trade-in when you switch your number to Verizon on a qualified Unlimited plan. Existing customers can get up to $350 with select trade-ins and on a qualifying Unlimited plan. Verizon will cover up to $500 in switching costs under certain conditions.

Pre-orders are now open with the Pixel 6 arriving on October 28.

VerizonFull Price
Google Pixel 6 (128GB)$699
Google Pixel 6 (256GB)$799
Google Pixel 6 Pro (128GB)$899
Google Pixel 6 Pro (256GB)$999

T-Mobile

The new T-Mobile offers up to $900 off the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro with eligible trade-in on a Magenta MAX plan or up to $450-off of any plan. Adding a line on any plan will get you up to $500-off.

Both Pixels are available for pre-order right now with devices arriving to stores on October 28. T-Mobile requires a $150 deposit when buying a Pixel 6 Pro on a payment installment plan.

T-MobileFull Price
Google Pixel 6 (128GB)$599
Google Pixel 6 (256GB)$699
Google Pixel 6 Pro (128GB)$899
Google Pixel 6 Pro (256GB)$999

US Cellular

This carrier’s website hasn’t yet been updated with Google Pixel 6 landing pages. In addition, US Cellular won’t be holding pre-orders. Instead, the carrier will begin selling the Pixel 6 starting at $16.66/month for 30 months, which comes out to $499 – the cheapest price offered by a US carrier.

If you are porting a number to US Cellular, you can get the Pixel 6 for free after monthly statement credits. There’s no mention of the Pixel 6 Pro on the official press release.



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