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Where to buy the Pixel and Pixel XL in Canada

Google's new Pixel phones are two of the most anticipated devices on the planet, and they're coming to Canada later in October. They'll be available in two colors — Very Silver, and Quite Black — and at three carriers. Here's what you need to know.

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Buy the Google Pixel unlocked from Google

Google is selling the Pixel and Pixel XL unlocked from its online store starting at $899. Here's the full breakdown:

  • Pixel 32GB: $899
  • Pixel 128GB: $1029
  • Pixel XL 32GB: $1049
  • Pixel XL 128GB: $1179

The Pixel and Pixel XL are shipping in late October or early November, and will come in Black or Silver.

See at Google

Buy the Google Pixel at Rogers

Rogers is selling the Pixel in the following configurations:

  • $199.99 on Premium+ Tab plan (32GB)
  • $399.99 on Premium Tab plan (32GB)

Rogers is selling the Pixel XL in the following configurations:

  • $349.99 on Premium+ Tab plan (32GB)
  • $549.99 on Premium Tab (32GB)

Rogers is offer the following deal for people pre-ordering the phones on a 2-year Share Everything plan:

  • 2GB of bonus data for 12 months
  • Free Google Chromecast (value of $45)
  • $50 Google Play credit. Must be redeemed by December 30, 2016

Rogers is selling the Pixel and Pixel XL in two colors, Silver and Black, in both 32GB and 128GB configurations.

See at Rogers

Buy the Google Pixel at Bell

Bell is selling the Google Pixel in the following configurations:

  • $399.99 on 2-year plan with $80 minimum spend (32GB)
  • $899.99 no-term (32GB)

The Pixel is available just in 32GB configurations, in Black or Silver.

See at Bell

Bell is selling the Pixel XL in the following configurations:

  • $549.99 on 2-year plan with $80 minimum spend (32GB)
  • $1049.99 no-term (32GB).

The Pixel XL is available just in 32GB configurations, in Black.

See at Bell

Bell customers that order a Google Pixel or Pixel XL device by October 16 will receive a $100 Google Play Store gift card.

Buy the Google Pixel at Telus

Telus is selling the Pixel in the following configurations:

  • $200 on 2-year Premium Plus plan (32GB)
  • $400 on 2-year Premium smartphone plan (32GB)

Telus is selling the Pixel two colors, Silver, and Black.

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Telus is selling the Pixel XL in the following configurations:

  • $350 on 2-year Premium Plus plan (32GB)
  • $550 on 2-year Premium smartphone plan (32GB)

Telus is selling the Pixel XL in Black.

Both models only come in 32GB versions.

See at Telus (opens in new tab)

Buy the Google Pixel from Fido

Fido is selling the Pixel in the following configurations:

  • $400 on a 2-year Plus35 plan (+$130 for 128GB)
  • $500 on a 2-year Plus15 plan (+$130 for 128GB)
  • $615 on a 2-year Plus10 plan (+$130 for 128GB)
  • $919 on prepaid and no-term (+$130 for 128GB)

Fido is selling the Pixel two colors, Silver, and Black.

See at Fido

Fido is selling the Pixel XL in the following configurations:

  • $550 on a 2-year Plus35 plan (+$130 for 128GB)
  • $650 on a 2-year Plus15 plan (+$130 for 128GB)
  • $765 on a 2-year Plus10 plan (+$130 for 128GB)
  • $1079 on prepaid and no-term (+$130 for 128GB)

Fido is selling the Pixel XL two colors, Silver, and Black.

See at Fido

Buy the Google Pixel from Koodo

Koodo is selling the Pixel in the following configurations:

  • $400 on Tab Large with $21 monthly for 24 months
  • $544 on Tab Medium with $15 monthly for 24 months
  • $664 on Tab Large with $10 monthly for 24 months
  • $904 outright

The phone is available in Black and Silver, and ships on October 20.

See at Koodo

Koodo is selling the Pixel XL in the following configurations:

  • $550 on Tab Large with $21 monthly for 24 months
  • $694 on Tab Medium with $15 monthly for 24 months
  • $814 on Tab Large with $10 monthly for 24 months
  • $1054 outright

The phone is available in Black, and ships on October 20.

See at Koodo

Daniel Bader was a former Android Central Editor-in-Chief and Executive Editor for iMore and Windows Central. 

34 Comments
  • I'm trying to comb through all the fluff to determine why these phones cost so much....
  • You won't find an answer. Not worth it honestly.
  • Because such large bezels make it more expensive. Duh.
  • Wow. Good luck, Google.
  • Holy crap! Am I looking at the correct pricing. Are you sure this is not from an iPhone or Galaxy launch?
  • Google put this at iPhone pricing - even in the US. :(
  • UFF bye bye google, You had a nexus fan here. I will try with a chinese phone (with day dream support) when my current nexus dies.
  • No doubt. Price is absurd. Not a chance.
  • I guess I'm sticking with an android BlackBerry for a lot longer. Now way will I shell out that $ on this phone. So I don't know much about VR but will my PRIV work with daydream?
  • Not until we get nougat.
  • Thanks. So WHEN I get Nougat I get daydream. Sweet! Hopefully BlackBerry pushes it out sooner than most others.
  • The Priv won't get Daydream. AFAIK, only phones with SD820/821+ will be Daydream ready.
  • Not true - back at Google I/O, they said current phones won't be compatible with Daydream. Has nothing to do with the phone running Marshmallow vs Nougat.
  • I could buy a completely new PC with that amount of money
  • Uh, no.
  • *takes one look at prices*
    LOL bye!
  • It's like Google wants this not to sell. They better have some crazy marketing campaign of such magnitude it will make Apple blush if they want people to consider shelling out more than $800 for it
  • Sticking with my Samsung s6 edge plus. I was ready to switch and buy the phone out right but those are ridiculous prices. Parts of Canada are in a major recession. Everything is always over priced due to the US dollar.
  • Wow. I was so looking forward to the pixel xl but they have priced it beyond the reasonable expectation. Nothing has convinced me the high price is necessary other than another billion dollar corporation being greedy. Next phone unveiling please.
  • Wife's contract is up next month, so I might get the 32gb Pixel for her. I think the Pixel XL would be too excessive for her tiny hands.
  • You can't even buy these outright from ROBELUS.. SO I only pay attention to the 2year price... I'd never buy anything carrier provided at full price. Every 2years I'll tske my new flagship at subsidized pricing..
  • Or is that just best buy? I was in last week asking about buying outright all they had was polorioid phones
  • Holy cow, $1179! That's insane for a phone
    That won't receive Apple/Windows upgrade support.
  • Eh, nevermind. I like that phone (I think), but sure as hell not at that price.
  • Pixel = Premium.
  • Damn, I was so excited about the Pixel XL and seriously considering upgrading from my Nexus 6P if they were close to last year's pricing. But at these prices? No freaking way.
    I see no good reason for such a huge jump.
  • What an insane pricing plan. At that price, people will just keep buying what they know, Apple and Samsung.
  • The rumored BlackBerry Dtek60 sounds good just about now. Posted via Android Central App
  • Indeed. I am digging my DTEK50 and it is an even better price. There is no need to pay exorbitant prices for mobile phones or tablets any longer.
  • Its on all these Canadian carriers but only Verizon in US?! I guess Verizon must have said "Okay, we will sell it at our stores, but only if you make it a carrier exclusive here in US" Verizon has been bleeding customers to T-Mobile (but not as much as Sprint). So this must have been Verizon taking a punch at T-Mobile's gut. By getting a big phone that they don't have. Oh well, doesn't matter really to me. Pixel I a bit too expensive and personally I think it's ugly. Funny if it backfires of Verizon and Google for doing that by having low sales since it seems most pure Google fans don't like it.
  • FOR SALE : perfectly functional kidney in original packaging, gently used. Need moola buy this stupid phone.
    Write me ( I don't have a phone) at Ex-Google User, 123 No Innovation drive, Lala land.
  • Do you guys know if this will be compatible with either moblicity or chat? It's what I'm currently on and wouldn't want to go through the extra hassle of switching
  • Does anybody have a good sense of how long the wait list is from the google store? The xl was sold out within an hour or so on tues. The live chat rep said "soon"... that could mean anything ffs. I'd almost think google canada's inventory is being dictated by the canadian carriers.
    Additionally, will the blue ever come to canada? If I'm going to wait a few months, I might as well get the blue one. Cheers!
  • Does anybody know if the Bell Pixels would be unlocked and therefore usable in the UK on one of our carriers?