Now that the Google Pixel 4 has been released, it's the perfect time to score a deal on the previous Google Pixel 3. Sprint is offering the device for only $10 per month when you choose an 18-month Flex Lease and add a new line to your plan; select upgrades are eligible in lieu of adding a line for this offer as well. You'll be saving over $10 off its usual monthly price with this deal and even more by not buying the phone outright.
Choosing a Flex Lease is a fantastic way to make sure you always have a current smartphone without ever having to pay full price for one. After 18 months has passed, you'll be given the option of paying off the remainder of the phone to keep it or send it back and upgrade to a new model. You'll have paid just $180 for the device during that period of time, rather than its current price of $499.
Not looking to shell out $800+ for the latest Google Pixel 4? Sprint's offering the Google Pixel 3 for as low as $10 monthly when you start an 18-month lease and add a line of service or an eligible upgrade. That's 50% off its usual monthly cost.
The Google Pixel 3 sports a 5.5-inch OLED display, 64GB capacity, IP68 water resistance, USB-C port, and front-facing stereo speakers, along with a powerful Snapdragon 845 processor. It's also equipped with a 12MP rear camera that has awesome features like Night Sight and Top Shot, plus dual selfie cams with wide-angle and portrait capabilities. For an in-depth look at the device, be sure to look over our original review which details its features, benefits, and downsides.
The enhancements found in the Pixel 4 devices are some of the biggest upgrades for this lineup to date. With improvements like dual rear cameras, 90Hz displays, and the Soli radar system, there are several reasons why you might want to grab one of these newer devices instead. There are even a few ways to save on them already, including Verizon's offer for up to $550 off plus a $200 prepaid Mastercard. You can learn more about the latest upgrades in our Pixel 4 guide, or find even more ways to save on the new devices.
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