Are you thinking about pre-ordering Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone? As it turns out, if you do plan on pre-ordering the handset, you will be given a $100 credit towards the Google Store. This means that you’ll be able to use the credit towards accessories and other things you might want to buy.
However, it should be pointed out that this free credit will only be available for customers in the US. But what if you live outside of the US? Does this mean that you won’t be getting freebies? Thankfully, Google has not forgotten about its non-US customers and will also be offering freebies for other countries, but this will differ from country to country.
For example, over in the UK, customers will get a free HP Chromebook 14, while those living in France, Germany, Spain, or Italy will get a free Google Nest Hub, while those in Canada and Australia will get $150 in store credit, and those in Ireland will get a free Google Home. Those living in Asia, like Taiwan and Singapore, will get NT$4,500 in store credit and $200 in store credit respectively.
The Pixel 4 is priced starting at $799 while the Pixel 4 XL is priced $899. Both phones are currently available for pre-order and will begin shipping out to customers on 24th October.