Best Buy sells Google’s Pixel 3 and 3 XL for Verizon with free Nest Cam right now : Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are not exactly the most universally beloved Android smartphones right now, getting a lot of flak for the latter’s use of an obscenely large notch, as well as some shared limitations, bugs, glitches and the works.
All you need to do to obtain it is add a Pixel 3 or 3 XL to your cart and commit to a Verizon activation on a device payment plan. The gratis Nest Cam will be added to your cart automatically, and you’ll be left paying at least $33.34 a month for two years.
That amounts to around $800, which is the suggested retail price of a 64GB Pixel 3, while a 128 gig variant of the no-notch 5.5-incher will set you back a grand total of $900 ($37.50 a month for two years).
A 64GB Pixel 3 XL costs the same exact $900, while a 128 gig configuration requires 24 monthly payments of $41.67 each, totaling a few pennies over a full $1,000.
Nest is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alphabet, which is also Google’s parent company, explaining this promotional partnership that needs Best Buy as an intermediary for some reason too.