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Google Pixel 4 64GB $0 with Telstra 80GB $65pm Plan (24 Months, Min Cost $1560) Port-in Customers @ JB Hi-Fi (in-Store)

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Just wanted to let everyone know you can also get the Pixel 4 at JB Hi-Fi on 24 month plan with an extra 20gb data (80gb total) and no upfront cost as I was offered this when signing up. Min total cost is $1560. For comparison, Telstra currently has Pixel 4 for $93.70 p/m with 15gb data.

Note: You can also get a free Google Nest Hub via redemption by texting your Pixel 4 IMEI to 851.

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    Total cost in title or description please.

    • +25 votes

      Thought extra 20gb and no upfront cost may appeal to some people.. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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        Hate the 24Month plan , no offence op, still a good deal if you after the phone. phone plans changing so quick these days therefore you will most likely regret it after couple month times on the track.

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          Prices of phones and everything in general also drop after a couple of months, so you will also regret your purchase now because of that. Such is life.

  • +24 votes

    So… $1560 over 24 months. Not too bad considering it retails for around $1098.

    1560 - 1098 = 462 /24 = $19.25 a month for Telstra service with 80GB… Pretty good!

    I've had the pixel XL2 for two years, got it on that crazy Telstra deal for $59 /month (talked them down to $49 as I bundle). Have really loved the Pixel 2XL and the Android experience was very nice. About to finish contract but have decided to go back to Iphone 11 as I haven't heard great things about the battery life (Pixel 4) and Iphone have really caught up with photography. I also miss my Apple watch for swimming and everything else…. Couldn't find an Android alternative for a smart watch.

    Just my two cents… :)

    • +2 votes

      The 12 Months Google Pixel 4 Deal works out as better value if you're just after the Phone Plan.

      PS: The 12 Month Samsung S10e Deal is also great (bonus Galaxy Buds via Redemption).

    • +1 vote

      But this is assuming you are buying the phone for full retail price. If you were to get the phone cheaper via elsewhere, the phone plan would be more expensive as a balance. So I don't think it is that good of a deal.

      Even let's assume we did buy the phone at full price at $1098. Along with this deal it would have been a very good price together. But since the deal expired, I'm not too sure.

    • +1 vote

      Hmmm.. I just have to question why people switch from iOS to Android all the time? If you are in the iOS ecosystem, fair enough you are quite trapped in it depending on how many devices you have by Apple.
      If you are in the Android ecosystem however and don't like an upcoming/newly released phone, there's plenty more to choose from?

      I'm in a similar boat. I've got the Pixel 2 XL and love it, but don't see myself getting the Pixel 4. Maybe the Pixel 3a if there's a good discount on that or the Pixel 4a when that comes out? But there's plenty of other phones that aren't Pixels too.

      • +5 votes

        True, but I want the best camera on my phone. That used to be the pixel. Now Apple has caught up I would say that they are pretty much as good. I also loved my Apple watch for its features, I tried fitbit, Samsung gear pro, Huawai Honor 3… None nearly as good as Apple watch.

        Was an Apple fanboi since the first Iphone then went to Pixel 1 then 2XL. As I said, loved them but disappointed they couldn't come up with something better this time around for the 4.

        I'm happy to swap to whatever suits my needs at the time and I like the variety of moving from Android to Apple and vice versa.

        • +2 votes

          For what its worth, the Samsung watches have come a long way from what those early ones were. Current model is the Galaxy Watch.

          For workouts + fitness, Garmin seems to be the best.

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        Yes I go to iOS now and then as there are no good androids at a certain time, then go back later. iOS let's you sync everything from Google no issue

      • +1 vote

        I was drop in the apple eco system. And it took a lot to get out of it but the big draw card was choice, Android finally ironing out the lag issues & being able to customise it to exactly what I use and need

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      just curious, 80gb a month is alot, do they allow sharing plan of the data

    • +1 vote

      Pixel isn't worth that much. Been watching eBay and they're not even selling at $850 because of everyone selling off their JB plan devices.

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      Similar to me. My pixel 2 on $59 2 yr Telstra plan ends in 6 weeks and have loved the phone. Only problem recently is battery life has gone way down.
      This deal has me considering porting out and in but I am also surprisingly very tempted by the Iphone 11 Pro. (would be so hard to leave Android though)

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        How would you port out? I'm on the same plan. Sorry if its a stupid question, I'm still trying to learn all of this.

        I will be going to a place with no internet access for 3 months for work and the $59 plan for my Pixel 2XL currently only has 20gb of data. I'm estimating that I'll need about 60gb+ a month. Are you able to give me a hand on what I could do? Like how can I port out and port back in to go on either this plan, or even JB's $65 a month plan for 80gb.

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      Did you get the iphone 11 on a plan, or outright?

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      The Pixel 4 XL battery is supposed to be much better no?

      I'm upgrading my 2XL to the 4XL. I have it on pre-order.

  • +3 votes

    The 12 month plan is a better deal

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    Also just realised this is a 24 month plan. Bleh. You are only paying an extra $199 to have 12 months less on contract - then you go to a sim only. Unless you figure this is a great plan anyway and you want to stay on it an extra 12 months.

  • +4 votes

    as tempted as I am by all these pixel 4 deals I think I'll keep my 2xl til Jan 2021 (when the unlimited photo/video storage ends) and just switch to a boost long expiry when my telstra contract ends in feb. last night i side loaded the pixel 4 camera app onto the phone and tried the astrophotography and it picked up the milky way. the smaller battery in the 4 is making my decision easier too

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    Warning for peeps looking at porting in. Telstra is currently experiencing an outage with their porting verification system which is delaying the process. Personally, I've been stuck in the "in progress" status for over 4 days with 6 telstra technician "ensuring" me that I will be active within the next couple of hours.

    • +1 vote

      still waiting too, i got the sms asking to confirm and input the 5 digit code or watever it was within 10 mins. then got some plan details and order estimate emails from telstra and have now been told just to wait until my current service drops out and then go back to jb to finish everything. so now i wait… unfortunately my phone completely shit itself today so hoping it doesnt take too much longer

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      Does this mean your unreachable? Does your number still work with old carrier up until they actually port you, or are you 'in the dark' from when they start porting you? Sorry, newb to porting.

      • +1 vote

        yeh the old carrier number is still working, they said it will just stop whenever the port to telstra is done and when i see i lose service to go back to JB and get my new telstra sim and phone. just my current phone doesnt work at all now so i just have to keep swapping my sim into my partners phone to see if i still have service or not

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      Seems to be a hit and miss. I signed up on Thurs night and was ported over within 10 minutes.

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      Be vigilant about it. I ported from Optus to Telstra earlier this year. It took a month going back and forth.

      Everyone was completely incompetent to do anything beyond the most basic troubleshooting - yet they all tell you that they'll personally ensure the issue will be fixed.

      If you try to escalate the matter, they'll give you every excuse they can to convince you not to and that they'll be able to sort it out. The day I spoke to the manager of Optus's porting team was the day my issue got fixed. From experience, being patient with them doesn't get you anywhere.

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        Must be random on how fast it is. I ported from Optus postpaid to Telstra postpaid in July and it took less than 5 mins at JB Hifi.

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      I ported the number from Amaysim to Telstra last Thursday in less than 15 minutes.

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      That sucks.
      I ported in an Optus number at JBHiFi at about 11am today, wasn't in the store more than 15mins and walked out with a Pixel and a new working and ported Telstra SIM.

  • +2 votes

    I will never do a 24 months contract again, you never know how cheap data would be after 1 year.

  • +6 votes

    this is a terrible deal because the phone in question is terribly overpriced
    if it was the pixel 4 xl might be okay
    but this tiny ass battery with the outdated ugly ass design (though this is subjective I guess) just to fit in a radar to push their gimmick of gesture based controls and quick face unlock, (which can be actually annoying when you don't want to unlock the phone but rather just read the time etc)
    phone is a dud

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      Your last point is moot as you can disable the unlock to home screen option.

      But agree. This phone is nothing but a test bed for project soli

    • +1 vote

      What an exaggeration! Perhaps offer a comparable alternative at the same price point if you're going to diss the phone so much.

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      Not to mention Pixie phones tend to drop their price significantly after released. I would honestly go for a OnePlus 7t over this

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      I've been using the phone for a few days now and haven't had any issues. Already prefer it to my previous Mate 20 Pro, it weighs about half as much. I agree most gestures are gimmicks, but find the one to tell time without always on display pretty useful.

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    Not a good deal.

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    Any been able to wriggle out of a 24 month contract, by switching to a casual plan?

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    Last Saturday morning , it only take a bit more than 10 mins to do all poring and activate new sim for Google pixel 4 64G , $199 up front and $65 /mon for 12 months, been used the service over one day , ETC is $390 but I am selling the phone and use Sim service 60GB/month with my Sony.

  • +7 votes

    This deal is much more expensive if you cancel, compared with the 12 month plan.
    12 month cancellation ETC is $390 and no phone credit cancellation fee.
    24 month cancellation ETC is $780 and $300 phone credit cancellation fee.

  • +1 vote

    Port in from Optus is broken for many. The Telstra Pre Port Verification SMS system has been down for yonks. Some get lucky but many are still waiting. I'm still waiting!

    • +2 votes

      Not for me, the porting was super quick yesterday. However I now have an issue that both of my services (Optus & Telstra) are active. If a Optus or Vodafone user calls my number, the phone with the Optus sim would ring, however if the Telstra user calls my number, the phone with Telstra sim would ring. It is really bizarre.

    • +1 vote

      my mate ported from Voda, took 3 weeks!

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    This or the galaxy Note9 deal of $68 with 30 gigabytes a month from optus?

  • -2 votes

    "Port-in"

    Until Telstra get their act together, any such port-in deals are negged.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone try to get Pixel 4 XL with this deal?

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    Anyone had luck with $10 port in discount?

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    Does anyone know when this offer expires? Can't see it on their website at all.

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    I try redeem the google nest but Telstra says it's invalid

    • +1 vote

      That's weird. I redeemed mine without any issue and it arrived a few days later. Are you sure you input the IMEI right? Should be 15 digits.

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      This is a mess.

      I actually bought the device THROUGH Telstra and even my IMEI is coming up invalid!!!

      I've got Telstra business trying to sort it out, and the Armadale Telstra store told me a notice had come out on their internal systems that there's issues claiming the Google Nest Hub for a lot of people.

      So even when you are LEGIT eligible for the deal there's issues actually getting it.

      If you got it through JB you're doing really well lol!

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    Is this deal still on? I went to a jb nearby and they had no idea about this..

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    So the Google Nest Hub ISNT valid with this JB deal?

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    also, was this strictly port in or suitable for new customers too?

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