T-Mobile will reportedly begin carrying the Google Pixel, but it's not selling them

Google's new Pixel devices are among the most talked about Android phones of the year, but there's only one problem: if you want to get it through your carrier, Verizon is the only option. But according to a report from Android Police, T-Mobile is also going to begin carrying the device.

Unfortunately, that does not mean that the Un-carrier will be selling it. Instead, next time you walk into a T-Mobile Store and you're asking about the Pixel, Phone by Google that's on display, the salesperson will direct you to the online Google Store or Best Buy, where you can purchase it at full price.

T-Mobile already offers a deal where if you activate one of Google's new handsets on its network, you'll get a $325 credit on your bill, split up over 24 months. Clearly, the company is already trying to tempt you to bring your Pixel over.

It's unclear at the moment whether this means that T-Mobile will eventually be selling the Pixel phones, but according to the report, they should show up in stores within the next couple days.

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