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Hi everyone,

Deal alert! Check out Fi’s newest offerings on the Android One Moto X4 and Moto G6 below. For even more details you can read through the promotion terms here.

$300 in value on the Android One Moto X4
For the Moto X4 32GB, qualifying users will receive a $250 discount (discounted from $399 to $149) and $50 in Fi service credits . For the Moto X4 64GB, qualifying users will receive a $220 discount (discounted from $419 to $199) and $50 in Fi service credits. Available to new and existing Google Fi customers and activation is required within 30 days of device shipment.

$150 in value on the Moto G6
The Moto G6 is discounted from $249 to $199, and qualifying users can receive an additional $100 in Fi service credits. Available to new and existing Google Fi customers and activation is required within 30 days of device shipment.

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$300 service credit with activation of the Pixel 2 XL
Receive $300 in Fi service credit with the purchase and activation of Pixel 2 XL orders from fi.google.com. Available to new and existing Google Fi customers and activation is required within 30 days of device shipment.

$400 back when you purchase an LG G7 or LG V35
Receive a $200 discount and $200 Fi service credit with the purchase and qualifying activation any LG phone order. Available to new and existing Google Fi customers and activation is required within 30 days of device shipment.

All offers are valid while supplies last and while terms are available on our website.

Questions? For more information, read the full terms and conditions, check out our FAQ page, or let us know here!

Cheers!
Kelly, Google Fi Community Manager
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1/28/19
Great deals once again from Fi. Thanks for this
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2/1/19
when will the LG G7 price come down to $350 again? thanks
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2/3/19
@Sean Nguyen - The LG G7 is currently priced at $549 plus $200 service credit. If you factored the service credit into the price, it got reduced to $349.

Note that I was lucky last November (11/23). I actually got mine for $349 without service credit.
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2/3/19
@ E Garcia: I understand your frustration.

The issue is with the native dialer on your phone. It is capable of WiFi calling thru AT&T, however, it is not compatible with FI's WiFi calling (thru T-Mobile/Sprint/USC).

As Kevin_D said, the best way to express your frustration is to send your feedback to FI. May be they will eventually develop a universal dialer (downloadable) that will support WiFi calling for all carriers & phones.
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2/5/19
A warning to anyone looking at the Moto X4, Their is an Ongoing issue with that device since the android 9 update was pushed out. Many have found that the carrier switching function of that device is comprised by the android 9 update. I got mine in December and it worked great until the android 9 update came down, which caused invalid sim issues and sprint services to not connect correctly. I eventually got a refurbished Warranty replacement that had already been updated to android 9. Unfortunately after a week, it started behaving the same way. There is a long thread on this issue on the community and though the techs on the phone will recognize it as a known issue, there has been no public acknowledgement, no ETA on a fix, and no plan made for compensation for those affected.
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2/6/19
Has anyone else tried to order a Pixel 2 XL and been met with an order delay? Am I the only one out there?
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2/11/19
@User 11627189814976675243 I ordered one on Jan. 10th and it's STILL delayed. Apparently it's out of stock - they just didn't bother saying so before letting a bunch of people order them.
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