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Black Friday 2016: Go Google Pixel Verizon

Black Friday 2016: Go Google Pixel Verizon

Pixel and Pixel XL have been the most successful Google premium smartphones so far. People can now get the digital media device at its discounted price of $25 from the Google Store through Monday, Nov. 28. From Pixel to Chromecast, there is a wide range of deals you wouldn't want to miss.

For now, Verizon is only the authorized Pixel and Pixel XL dealers in the USA market. Buyers can now grab them for discounted price from a number of different retailers. On the other hand, Chromecast and Home are available from different outlets so you have the freedom to shop from your chosen store.

Google Home is available for $100 on Verizon. And no, you don't necessarily need the 4K-ready Chromecast Ultra just yet, since the "old" model is more than enough to let you beam content to your HDTV. You end up saving $30.

In addition, there's also the Google Home smart speaker to compete with Amazon's Echo, and the Google's new flagship smartphones, the Pixel and Pixel XL. Plus, when you factor in a $10 discount on the normal Chromecast and 3 free months of Game of Thrones. You can also buy 128GB Pixel for just $15 a month, which was earlier available for $32 a month. However, for Google Pixel and Pixel XL, Verizon carries the sole authority for selling it with Black Friday discounts.

You also get to have Google Pixel or Pixel XL with 32GB for $240 and Pixel or Pixel XL with 128GB for $360.

To get the deal, users will have to agree to Verizon's device payment plans which means you will have to pay off the smartphone for two years. It's not a big amount of money, but the word "discount" arouses interest, especially for bargain-hunters, who take advantage of Black Friday deals. Customers will get to choose from all the storage options as well. The deal runs from November 24-27 and applies to Android phones priced above $400.