When Google launched the original Pixel handset last year, it chose Verizon as the exclusive carrier partner. T-Mobile launched a promotion that provided a great incentive to customers who brought their Pixel to Magenta. Google unveiled the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL yesterday and Verizon is the exclusive carrier partner yet again, so T-Mobile is back with a new deal.

Customers who bring a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL to T-Mobile can get up to 50 percent of their money back. T-Mobile will offer them $325 when they bring their new phone to its network and switch one voice line.

Google is selling the Pixel 2 for $649 and the Pixel 2 XL for $849. Both handsets are available for purchase via the Google Store and Project Fi as well as Verizon retail stores across the country.

T-Mobile’s deal is good for a limited time. Customers just have to purchase an unlocked Pixel 2 handset from Google or any of its retail partners and bring it over to Magenta. This deal isn’t just for new customers.

Existing customers can get in on the action as well by adding a line of T-Mobile One or Simple Choice Unlimited. T-Mobile will then send $325 back to the customer in a prepaid MasterCard via mail.

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