Google Closing Its Pixel Pass Subscription

Google silently revealed that it would no longer offer a Pixel Pass subscription, which helps users incorporate their smartphone and Google-powered services all in one monthly cost. The users can upgrade every two years, get a new Pixel after two years, and continue to save monthly on their fresh smartphone. There is no agreement; if the users decide to move on, they have to pay off the residue of their smartphone price at the standard price.

According to a Google Support document page, the brand focuses on offering the best value for the company’s hardware product while providing the user’s stretchability to buy their favorite services. It also revealed that Google will no longer provide Pixel Pass subscriptions to new subscribers.

In this case, the users who are existing subscribers can continue with the length of time of their existing Pixel Pass subscription, which is two years from when their Pixel Pass model shipped. Unfortunately, as per the company’s new policy, they cannot upgrade to a new device with Pixel Pass at the end of the two years.

Google announced offering an all-in-one subscription with the launch of its Pixel 6 series, which ties together the user’s choice regarding Pixel smartphones, Preferred Care protection, Google One cloud storage, YouTube Premium, and more. Also, for the consumer, the Pixel Pass plans started from $45, which were hard bargains, providing a modest discount on the pack. Google said Pixel Pass was only available in the US.

Moreover, Google will continue renewing numerous services, including Pixel Pass, when that subscription closes at a discounted rate, which will be made public next month. Also, the company is providing a few active Pixel Pass subscribers a $100 Google Store credit as a farewell present. Google sent an email to the existing subscribers that, for being a subscriber, the company is thanking them, and we are also adding $100 in Google Store credit to your account.


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