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Switch to the Google Pixel 4 with a Flex Lease at just $15 per month

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Google Pixel 4 (Image credit: Android Central)

Staying efficient in the new year requires the right tools, and you won't be getting much done with an old, busted device. Luckily, Sprint has a deal on the Google Pixel 4 bringing its price down to just $15 monthly with an 18-month Flex Lease when you add a new line of service or complete an eligible upgrade. That saves you over 50% off its price otherwise. Then again, if you're after the Google Pixel 4 XL, you can now lease one for just $20 per month with the same stipulations.

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Now's your chance to save over 50% off the monthly cost of a Google Pixel 4 when you sign up for an 18-month Flex Lease at Sprint and add a new line of service or complete an eligible upgrade.

Sprint's Flex Leases are the best way to purchase an otherwise expensive device like the new Google Pixel 4; that's true even without today's deal. You'll only pay a small fee each month to use it and once 18 months has passed, you'll be offered the chance to return the device and switch to a new one or pay off the remainder of its balance to keep it.

The Pixel 4 has a 5.7-inch Full HD display and the XL version packs a 6.3-inch Quad HD panel, with both being roughly the same physical size as their predecessors. Both models now have notchless screens that feature a 90Hz refresh rate. The Pixel 4's camera setup sees Google moving to a dual rear lens configuration for the first time, with a secondary telephoto camera bringing digital zoom up to 5X. There's also a new super-fast face unlock as well as support for Motion Sense hand gestures.

We've already spent a bunch of hands-on time with Google's latest handsets and have written up our thoughts in our full Pixel 4 review, so be sure to check out our coverage for all you need to know. We've also got you covered when it comes to the best Pixel 4 accessories. Once your new phone is in your hands, anything could happen to it. Make sure to look through our best Google Pixel 4 cases and best Google Pixel 4 XL cases guides to find one for your device.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
  • Do they have a return policy like the carriers? I really want to try the Pixel camera in person (it's the only major flagship I don't have in my collection), but don't really want the phone itself, so there's a significant chance I'd return it. Still want to spend a week with one though.
  • I think Sprint has 30 days return policy
  • The deal looks good but it's not
    You pay $15/month for the lease, you need to add $12-15 required insurance on the device
    On top of all that you have to return the device at the end of the lease
  • I knew it was too good to be true...Sprint.....
  • Too bad Sprint's coverage is generally trash