At $349, you won't find many smartphones that provide a better deal than the Google Pixel 4a. It has flagship-level performance, a headphone jack, and one of the best smartphone cameras on the market, all for less than $400. But if you act now, you can save even more.
At Best Buy, you can get the Google Pixel 4a for as low as $249.99. You read that right: the already-inexpensive phone can be purchased for $100 below its MSRP.
How? For that price, you'll need to add a new line or make a new account on Sprint. You'll also need to activate the phone at the time of purchase, meaning it will have to be the carrier variant, which isn't rootable, for what it's worth.
But if you don't need a new line, you can still get it for only $299. You will need to activate service at the time of purchase, which at Best Buy is possible with Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint (which is now part of T-Mobile).
This is a stellar deal for one of the best-priced phones this year. Unless you need the unlocked version, jump on this deal today if you plan to preorder the Pixel 4a.
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