The Pixel 2 XL, Google’s latest — though perhaps not greatest — smartphone, is now available in Canada.
Canadian consumers can purchase the 6-inch smartphone at all of this country’s major carriers, including Bell, Telus and Rogers. At the national carriers, the 64GB Pixel 2 XL is available for $450 on each carrier’s version of their premium two-year plan, while the more expensive 128GB model is $580 when bought on those same plans.
Meanwhile, Telus and Rogers flanker brands Virgin, Koodo, and Fido are selling the 64GB Pixel 2 XL for $650 on a two-year term, and the 128GB model for $780 on contract.
Quebec-based regional carrier Videotron is selling the 64GB Pixel 2 XL for $399.95 on a two-year $89.95 per month plan, and $529.95 on a two-year $79.95 per month plan. The 128GB model is available for $499.95 and $619.95, respectively.
Lastly, Freedom Mobile is selling both the 64GB and 128GB for $0 on a $35 MyTab Boost plan.
The Pixel 2 XL is also purchasable directly from Google’s online store where the 64GB model is available outright for $1,159 and the 128GB model costs $1,289.
As of publication, the ‘black and white’ Pixel 2 XL, often affectionately referred to as the ‘panda’ model, is out of stock in both 64GB and 128GB variants. Only the 64GB model in ‘just black’ is currently available through Google.
In addition, Canadians can buy the Pixel 2 XL from major retailers, including Best Buy, Tbooth Wireless, Wireless Wave, The Source and Walmart.
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