Google Pixel 4a deal drops the price to just $10 per month

Pixel 4a unboxing

One of the most attractive features of the Pixel 4a is its price, which gets you great camera and software experiences for a fraction of the price of a flagship. And thanks to a new deal, you can now get a Pixel 4a even less.

Verizon has kicked off a new offer that’ll get you a Pixel 4a for just $240, which is a discount of $139.99 off the Verizon’s normal $379.99 retail price. You’ll need to activate a new line of service to get this deal, and once you do, you’ll get $139.99 in credits spread out over 24 months to drop the final price of the Pixel 4a to $240.

The Pixel 4a features the same 12.2MP rear camera as the Pixel 4, giving you camera performance similar to Google’s flagship. Another major feature of the Pixel 4a is its software. Not only is the software pure Google, but the Pixel 4a is guaranteed to get three years of Android OS and security updates, and because it’s a Google phone, it’ll get those updates before most other Android devices.

Other features of the Pixel 4a include a 5.8-inch 2340×1080 OLED display with a hole-punch for the 8MP selfie camera, a Snapdragon 730G processor, 6GB of RAM, and a 3140mAh battery. There’s a fingerprint reader on the back of the Pixel 4a, too, plus 128GB of built-in storage.

To see the Pixel 4a in action before plunking down your cash, you can check out our unboxing video here.

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