You can now buy a refurbished Pixel 3 from $249
If Google's most affordable phone of the moment, the $349 Pixel 4a, is still too expensive for your budget, but you're dead set on your next phone being a Pixel, here's something for you.
The company has started to offer refurbished Pixel 3 units through its official online store in the US, and these start at just $249. For that amount of cash you're getting 64GB of storage (and have a choice between Clearly White and Just Black colorways), whereas if you need 128GB then you'll have to pay $279 and settle for Just Black.
These prices are for unlocked devices, of course, and they come with a one-year warranty. However, you should be aware that software support for the Pixel 3 will end in October of next year.
These are refurbished by Google, and that means they should be in great, almost as new condition. We're assuming there's a limited number of handsets up for grabs in this manner, so if you're interested then don't waste any time before you order one for yourself from the Source link below.
Man thats wrong. Refurbrished and brand new is completely opposite. Refurbrished is made from used materials. Like when old Iphone 8 were used for making Iphone SE2
- 28 Jan 2021
Ermm refurbished basically means a bargain new phone
- 25 Jan 2021
Any refurbrished phone no matter the brand is far worse than a new not refurbrised device. Refurbrished means made from used materials. This is worse weaker, get heated faster battery is used too and thus is not good at all.
- 11 Dec 2020