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Yes, You Can Also Use the Google Pixel 2 Devices on Republic Wireless

The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices were announced just a couple of days ago but it seems like carriers are already competing against each other in terms of who can offer the best deal. Even though Verizon already announced that they are the exclusive US carrier for both devices, it doesn't mean that these devices cannot be used on other networks.

One example of this is T-Mobile. The carrier recently announced that it will cover 50% of the price of the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL when you bring either device to its network. Another brand that supports Google's newest smartphones is MVNO Republic Wireless.

Shortly after the two devices were unveiled to the public, the Sprint and T-Mobile MVNO announced that the two devices will be compatible with their "Bring Your Own Phone" (BYOP) program. This means that from day one, both devices can already be activated on the two networks that the MVNO is running on.

It's easy to see why many would want to get their hands on these two new devices as they are some of the best models Google has ever unveiled. For starters, both phones run on an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, have super fast charging, and IP67 certification for water and dust resistance. Not to mention, the camera on these two phones have received the highest rear camera rating by DxOMark, which is 98.

So if you're interested, you can head over to the Google Store and pre-order the unlocked Pixel 2 for $649 (64GB) or $749 (128GB). The Pixel 2 XL can also be pre-ordered for $849 (64GB) or $949 (128GB). Color options include Just Black, Kinda Blue, and Clearly White for the Pixel 2 and Just Black and Black & White for Pixel 2 XL. For a limited time, pre-orders for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL come with a free Google Home Mini too. They are expected to be released by late October. 

If you decide to get one of these devices, you can use it with a Republic Wireless plan starting at $15 per month. These plans already include unlimited talk, text and WiFi data.


Source: PRWeb

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  1. Sorry, the LAST place I would take my new P2 when it arrives.

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  2. Project Fi runs on 3 networks, not 2.

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    1. True and any given Republic phone only runs on one network, T-Mobile or Sprint which is determined at activation depending on the phone model. BYOP's like the Pixel 2 are T-Mobile only in Republic. Project Fi is unique in being able to switch networks as needed.

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  3. Republic Wireless had horrible customer service. They eliminated unlimited data and raised prices. Why would anyone use them?

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    1. I've had Republic Wireless and customer service has been good to me. I had the $15 plan with unlimited talk, text, and wifi as data and when hurricane Irma was announced that it would come to Florida they gave me 2GB of free data at no additional cost.I was testing the service for a month and to be honest it was very good. I would highly recommend it for someone who's on a tight budget and doesn't use that much data.

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  4. Oh look, a double ad for overpriced phones AND an MVNO whose gimmick has already fallen out of favor with the prepaid community.

    Nothing to see here.

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