And to be clear, this phone subscription is in addition to the normal Google Fi subscription, which starts at $30 per month for unlimited phone calling, texting, and 1 GB of data. The latest development comes from Google Fi's Twitter account, where Google announced that you can get the Pixel 4a for just $15 per month for 24 months. After the two years is up, users are allowed to keep their Pixel 4a and then automatically enter into a new subscription plan for whatever new Pixel phone Google Fi is offering. This translates to a total of just $216 for the phone, which equals saving $133 as compared to paying $349 upfront price.
The device protection offered as part of the subscription is optional and costs $6, which means you can grab this deal for just $9 a month by removing it.
Device protection will allow subscribers to get a device replacement or fix damage for cracks, drops, spills, and more. If you are already a Google Fi subscriber, the phone subscription cost will be added to your monthly Fi bill, according to Google's terms for the subscription (Via: The Verge).
Google Fi is launching a new way for people to get a new Pixel 4a at a reasonable monthly price. It's important to mention that the phone subscription program doesn't include a cellular plan, so you'll have to pair the Pixel 4a with the Fi Flexible plan or the Fi Unlimited Plan. After that, subscribers will own the device and are free to upgrade to a new Pixel smartphone.
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