Shortly after the Pixel 2 announcement, T-Mobile already has an offer for customers who bring the shiny new toy and create a new line. You can get $325 back from the magenta carrier via a prepaid card, which is 50% off of the 64GB Pixel 2. 

Not letting any opportunity to slam Verizon pass, Tmo is insisting that you aren't stuck with Big Red if you want Google's latest phones. The Pixels can take advantage of the 4x4 MIMO, three-way carrier aggregation, and 256QAM technologies.

Here are the terms of the deal:

"To take advantage of T-Mobile’s limited time offer of up to half off your Pixel 2, simply purchase an unlocked Pixel from Google, Verizon or other original retailer, port in a number or activate a new line of service, sign up for T-Mobile ONE and enter the deets at T-Mobile’s online validation site. Existing customers can get in on the deal too when they add a line of T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited. Your money will be mailed to you in a MasterCard card (for a grand total of $325 or half the cost of a 64GB Pixel 2)."

$325 is a sizeable chunk of money off the new Pixels, even the specced-out XL. Bear in mind that this is for new and existing customers, but it requires a new line.

Press Release

Bellevue, Washington — October 4, 2017 — Want the new Pixel 2 or 2 XL but think Verizon’s slowing network is your only choice? Well, listen up. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today announced that anyone can now get $325 back on a new Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL – that’s as much as 50 percent off – when they bring their phone to T-Mobile and switch one voice line. It’s #BYOPixel time.

The truth is Google’s latest Pixel superphones work great on T-Mobile’s blazing-fast network. Because America’s best unlimited is also America’s most advanced LTE network, and the Pixel 2 and 2 XL tap into three of T-Mobile’s latest Advanced LTE technologies –  4x4 MIMO, three-way carrier aggregation and 256 QAM. In plain English, that means the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are fast… really, really fast. Like hold onto your hats (er, screen protectors) fast.

And while T-Mobile continues to encourage its customers to stream more with moves like Netflix on Us and increased monthly prioritization, Verizon and AT&T network speeds continue to fall under the weight of their unlimited offerings.

“Verizon wants you to use your Pixel 2 on a network that’s struggling to keep up with unlimited data. And they claim the Pixel is ‘exclusive’ – just like they claim to have a better network. I’m here to tell you it’s all BS!” said John Legere, T-Mobile president and CEO. “The Pixel 2 works great on T-Mobile, and now you can get it for half off when you come to the Un-carrier and #BYOPixel.”

To get the word out that the Pixel absolutely rocks on T-Mobile’s advanced network, Legere rolled mobile billboards through the streets of San Francisco around the Pixel 2 announcement today.

To take advantage of T-Mobile’s limited time offer of up to half off your Pixel 2, simply purchase an unlocked Pixel from Google, Verizon or other original retailer, port in a number or activate a new line of service, sign up for T-Mobile ONE and enter the deets at T-Mobile’s online validation site. Existing customers can get in on the deal too when they add a line of T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited. Your money will be mailed to you in a MasterCard card (for a grand total of $325 or half the cost of a 64GB Pixel 2).

To learn more about this offer, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com/pixel2.