Surprisingly, the Google Fi store no longer sells the Pixel 6, while the US Google Store occasionally runs out of the MVNO model.
Update 9/9: As of yesterday, fi.google.com no longer offers the Pixel 6 Pro for sale. As a result, up to the release of the 7 and 7 Pro, the Pixel 6a is the only Google phone offered on the MVNO shop.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are still on sale at on the Google Store and other stores ( like Amazon and Best Buy ) for the time being.
Original 8/4: Pixel, Samsung, and Motorola phones are still supported under Google Fi’s own store plan. The Pixel 6 was entirely removed from the storefront as of this week as opposed to just having an out of stock label, which is customary when inventory is about to be restocked. (Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 was also taken off the market this week in preparation for a replacement.)
The Fi Pixel 6’s availability is erratic at the moment. Practically speaking, Fi members only need to visit the Google Store to purchase the unlocked model, which is available at no inventory limit, but the recently released 6a is being promoted quite actively. (Surprisingly, the midranger already has an direct coupon discount from Amazon.)
Even though we have not yet entered the fall season, pixel supplies typically runs out closer to the introduction of the following generation. Only the 128GB variant in all three colors is available in the Fi shops’ limited stock of the Pixel 6 Pro.
At $499, Google’s more compact 2021 flagship was one of the highlights of Amazon’s Prime Day last month, luring many customers who were holding out for the Pixel 6a. A nicer construction and additional RAM were available for $50 extra, but the device was only somewhat bigger.
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