If you’re looking to switch to Google’s MVNO, Project Fi — especially after it started capping service bills at $80 per month — you will no longer be able to get an original Pixel for the discounted price of $549.

However, you will be able to get an original Pixel XL in only the Quite Black color and with 32GB of storage for the same price. The 5.5-inch phone has come down $120 in standard price from $669. The 128GB Pixel XL costs $649.

Rather get something newer and more affordable? The Android One Moto X4 that usually costs $399 will go to $249 instead — a $150 discount.

These deals run from now through February 14 Pacific Time. Limit either one per customer.

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