In this post we would be discussing the best deals and the price of Google Pixel 4a at various vendors or stores.
Google Pixel 4a Pricing
Just like every other Pixel (and Nexus) phone, Google is selling the Pixel 4a carrier-unlocked on its online store. If you’re not sure which carrier you’ll end up using, or you want the freedom to swap between networks later on without going through an annoying unlock process, you should consider buying the 4a from the Google Store.
The Google Store gives you the option of trading in an older device during checkout to drop the Pixel 4a’s final price, though the values are usually significantly lower .
Here are some of the trade-in values for devices in good condition:
- iPhone XS Max (64GB): $320
- iPhone XS (64GB): $260
- iPhone XR (64GB): $225
- Samsung Galaxy S10 (128GB): $220
- Samsung Galaxy S10+ (128GB): $220
- Samsung Galaxy Note10 (256GB): $295
- Google Pixel 3 (64GB): $163
- Google Pixel 3 XL (64GB): $180
- Pixel 3a: $120
- Pixel 3a XL: $135
Best Buy is selling the carrier-unlocked version of the Pixel 4a (the same one you would get from the Google Store) for the standard price of $349.99. However, if you activate the phone on a supported carrier during the checkout process, the total can drop to just $299.99.
Amazon is selling the carrier-unlocked version of the Pixel 4a for the standard price of $349, and you can add one of the official cases for $40 extra.
If you’re on Verizon, and you don’t mind possibly having a permanently-locked bootloader , you can get the Verizon Pixel 4a from the Google Store for just $10/mo when you add a new line. You also get the option to trade in an older phone at checkout. Verizon doesn’t appear to be selling the phone on its own site yet.
U.S. Cellular isn’t taking pre-orders for the Pixel 4a, so you’ll have to wait until August 20th to buy it from the carrier. New subscribers who buy a Pixel 4a and join an unlimited plan (Port in and Basic, Everyday, or Even Better Unlimited) will get $350 of bill credits, essentially making the phone free if you stay on U.S. Cellular for long enough.