google-pixelAs it stands, Verizon is the only carrier to officially offer Google’s new Pixel phones. However carriers like T-Mobile are encouraging Pixel owners to activate their phones on their networks and a couple of months ago, the carrier announced that they would give up to $325 in credit to customers who do so.

However if T-Mobile isn’t really your favorite carrier, you’ll be pleased to learn that Sprint appears to be following in T-Mobile’s footsteps. According to a report from Android Police, select customers are starting to receive promotional emails from Sprint who are encouraging users to activate the Pixel phones on their network. If they do, they will also be eligible to receive up to $325 in bill credits.

However the $325 amount is only for those who activate the larger (and more expensive) Pixel XL, while those who activate the smaller Pixel will get $240. The amount is also credited over the course of the next 24 months, so don’t expect to see the full amount given to you at once, which is roughly $10 a month for the Pixel, and $13.55 for the Pixel XL.

However if you didn’t receive the email promo, not to worry as it seems that if you were to chat with Sprint’s support you will be able to ask for it. This has been confirmed by a Sprint sales chat rep on Reddit who wrote, “You can also chat in on and speaking with a sales specialist to see. We’ll definitely have scripting on the offer since I submitted it myself.”

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  • MSM8996 Snapdragon 821
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