Sales tax on your phone

When you buy a phone through Google Fi, you’ll be charged sales tax depending on the location it’s being shipped to. The amount of the tax is based on the total price of your phone and shipping and handling costs. You’ll see the estimated tax when you check out.

States where sales tax is collected
Alabama (select cities) Idaho Massachusetts New York Tennessee
Arizona (select cities) Illinois Michigan North Carolina Texas
Arkansas Indiana Minnesota North Dakota Utah
California Iowa Mississippi Ohio Vermont
Colorado (select cities) Kansas Missouri Oklahoma Virginia
Connecticut Kentucky Nebraska Pennsylvania Washington
District of Columbia Louisiana (select cities) Nevada Rhode Island West Virginia
Florida Maine New Jersey South Carolina Wisconsin
Georgia Maryland New Mexico South Dakota Wyoming

If you’re paying for your phone over time

If you choose to pay for your phone in monthly payments rather than all at once, you’ll be charged sales tax on the full price of the phone when you check out.

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