The Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are finally launching today, and both Vodafone and Three are offering some incredible price plan bundles with unlimited data for each handset.
The impressive Android smartphones come with incredible camera quality (each features a dual-camera setup, offering one 16 megapixel and one 12 megapixel camera) and smart new Google Assistant functionality.
Both phones also come with an in-built Radar function, which allows them to register users’ gestures without even touching the phone, an ideal function for changing a music track in the middle of a workout when your hands are full.
Vodafone and Three are offering amazing deals on both of the phones, with limitless data usage, free calls and an HP Chromebook 14 too (worth £220) – meaning you can continue using your Google services on a bigger screen.
But Vodafone’s price plans have the edge pricing-wise with its £59 per month offer.
Vodafone also offers free roaming in 48 destinations around the globe, but you’ll need to pay £3 extra a month to bump your max download speeds from 2 Mbps to 10 Mbps. You can add Spotify, Prime Video, Sky Sports Mobile or a NOW TV pass for a small fee, too.
Three offers a similar service covering 71 destinations for roaming, while also allowing you to use your phone as your a Wi-Fi hotspot to connect other devices to.
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL unlimited data price plan costs at a glance
Pixel 4 – Unlimited minutes, texts and data – £59 per month, £9 upfront cost – £1257 total cost.
Pixel 4 XL – Unlimited minutes, texts and data – £63 per month, £29 upfront cost – £1541 total cost.
Pixel 4 – Unlimited minutes, texts and data – £69 per month, no upfront cost – £1656 total cost.
Pixel 4 XL – Unlimited minutes, texts and data – £75 per month, no upfront cost – £1800 total cost.
The Pixel 4 is the firm’s latest hardware is due to compete with Apple’s iPhone 11 series of smartphones that were released last month.
The new phones also offers plenty of improvements over the Pixel 3 including a 90Hz display that makes everything feel buttery smooth, the second camera, as well as an extra 2Gb of RAM – so it’s lightning-fast.
Both front and back cameras include a “Night Sight” function, which allows you to take photos in darkened areas without the use of a flash, and there’s even an astronomy camera mode.
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