Head over to Back Market and get a Google Pixel 3a unlocked smartphone for just $239.99 in refurbished condition. The phone would be $400 brand new, and this price is better than refurbs elsewhere. Of course, Google just discontinued this phone, so you're not going to find it in stock many places for much longer. And if you do, the price might actually go up. You should take a look at this refurb deal while you can.
Back Market promises a 30-day money back guarantee, a minimum one-year warranty, and free shipping on all products. So all of that is a part of the deal automatically. This phone will also work with the four major U.S. carriers: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. The phone is in "Very good" condition, which means it will have some light scratches on the body. The screen will be perfectly fine, and the phone itself will be 100% functional. Just put an inexpensive case on it and you won't even notice it's used.
With the Pixel 3a you also have the power of Google behind your phone. That means free, unlimited high-quality image storage using Google Photos. With access to Google Assistant you can screen calls, set reminders, check sports scores, or tell it to snap a photo while you're smiling at the camera. All the best Google apps are built in already so you won't have to go hunting.
The Pixel 3a phones have a fast charging battery that's adaptive and can help you save power over time. It will give you seven hours on a 15-minute charge, too. The Pixel 3a promises three years of operating system and security updates, anf the Titan M chip gives you hardware-based protection for your passwords.
We gave the Pixel 3a and 3a XL 4 out of 5 stars in our review. The review said, "These phones have maintained most of what makes the Pixel 3 series among the most enjoyable phones to use, and in my week-long testing, I've noticed none of the performance hiccups that sullied some of that luster."
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