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Pixel 3a is Just $149 with Activation on Verizon and Sprint

A Pixel 3A with a Punisher wallpaper.
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Under normal circumstances, the Pixel 3a is a fantastic bargain at $399. Other than the plastic feel, you get most of a high-end smartphone for half the price. Well, what if you could pick up the Pixel 3a for half its usual price or less? Today you can if you’re on AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon.

If you’re not familiar with the Pixel 3a, it’s a special little phone. You get some of the Pixel 3’s best features like an excellent camera, Android with updates directly from Google, rear fingerprint sensor, and so on.

But you give up some other less necessary options like wireless charging, waterproofing, and a glass back (some might call that a benefit!).

We love the Pixel 3a, plastic back, and all. It’s already a great phone for an incredibly low price, which is what makes Best Buy’s deal genuinely outstanding.

If you’re Sprint or Verizon, you can pick up the Pixel 3a for $150 today. Less than half the regular price. And if you’re on AT&T, you can grab the phone for $200.

The only “catch” is you have to activate the phone today on one of those three services. While the phone is unlocked, you won’t get a deal if you’re with any other provider. That’s a shame for everyone else, but if you’re on Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T and you need a new phone but want to spend much, don’t miss this deal.

To get the deal pricing, add the phone to your cart then choose a carrier for activation.

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