The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are officially official today, and the handsets are exclusive to Verizon’s network.
And the big red carrier has officially opened up preorders for both handsets, revealing a bit more information than Google was ready to divulge at the announcement event when it comes to pricing for both models. We already knew the standard Pixel 3 starts at $799, which comes with 64GB of built-in storage. And Verizon has revealed that folks who want the 128GB option will need to fork over $100 more, or $899, to make it theirs.
The 64GB Pixel 3 will cost $33.33 per month on Verizon’s monthly installment plan, or $37.49 per month for the 128GB model.
Meanwhile, the Pixel 3 XL is, obviously, a bit pricier. For the 64GB option, new owners will need to fork over either $929.99 or $38.74 per month. The 128GB option retails for either $42.91 per month, or $1,029.99 full retail price.
Verizon is offering a couple deals, though. If you pick up the 64GB Pixel 3 on a monthly installment plan, Verizon will offer you another one at no additional cost (with the monthly payment covered every month). You just need to pick up both on monthly installment plans and activate at least one new line.
If you preorder the Pixel 3 using the My Verizon app, Verizon will include a Pixel Stand wireless charging accessory for free. That deal only runs until the end of today, October 9.
If you preorder, the Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL will arrive on the launch day, Thursday, October 18.
Which Pixel 3 do you plan on picking up?[via Verizon]