Google’s new Pixel 3 was announced late last year with this updated device offering a swathe of new features over its Pixel 2 predecessor.
The refreshed flagship arrived with a tweaked design, faster processor, updated single rear camera and an improved 5.5-inch display.
This call maker also now includes the option to be charged wirelessly and, like all Google phones, is the closest you’ll get to a pure Android experience.
The Pixel 3 is certainly a solid smartphone but at £739 SIM-free it’s not a cheap option.
Now a new deal from EE may help to make this phone a little more appealing with the mobile network boasting that it can save customers over £230 with a new discount.
The EE bundle includes the standard 64GB Pixel 3 with unlimited calls, texts and 30GB of monthly data.
This will cost you £48 per month with a £10 upfront fee with the total cost over the two-year contract amounting to £1,162.
There is an added bonus to taking out this deal as EE is throwing in a free Google Home Hub worth £139 as part of the offer.
The Home Hub was announced at the end of 2018 and offers all the smart features of the Google Home and Home Mini but with a screen to view information on.
As a comparison, a similar bundle on a SIM-free plan would cost over £1,300 so there is a saving to be made.
Here’s how that price is calculated – Pixel 3 £739 • Similar data SIM over two years (£20 per month) £480 – Google Home Hub £139 – TOTAL £1,358.
It’s worth noting that the EE deal finishes at the end of February.
If that EE deal still sounds like too much for your pocket then there are some other contracts to be aware of.
Mobiles.co.uk has a range of offers available right now with prices starting from as low as £18 per month.
That low-cost contract includes 1GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts.
Customers must pay a £280 upfront fee but the total over two years is just £712 which is excellent value if you don’t use much data each month.
If you want more internet access then there’s also a deal which brings 30GB per month for £37 or 20GB for £31.
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Published at Wed, 06 Feb 2019 07:34:00 +0000