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No they do not, furthermore they carry no Google warranty and it's like pulling teeth to get the seller to contact you about any issues. Mine said direct from Google, it was not. Also US Warranty, it had none, died after almost 4 months too. After back and forth with Google for, where the phone originally came from, … see more No they do not, furthermore they carry no Google warranty and it's like pulling teeth to get the seller to contact you about any issues. Mine said direct from Google, it was not. Also US Warranty, it had none, died after almost 4 months too. After back and forth with Google for, where the phone originally came from, they said to merry go f myself so I took it to ubreakfix, an authorized Google repair shop. They wanted 380 to fix the faulty motherboard and another 200 to fix the screen they broke getting to the mainboard. I took a pic of me handing the phone to the shop employee and he didn't want to argue in front of his other customers.
they replaced the screen at no cost so I can enjoy the faulty motherboards boot loop. Phone was never dropped and always in OtterBox defender case. I guess I was lucky. Check swappa.com. it's where I bought my replacement, also you can have the seller transfer the phone to your Gmail so the warranty can transfer too, as my new, used pixel 2 xl is warranted until May of next year now. see less
No they do not, furthermore they carry no Google warranty and it's like pulling teeth to get the seller to contact you about any issues. Mine said direct from Google, it was not. Also US Warranty, it had none, died after almost 4 months too. After back and forth with Google for, where the phone originally came from, they said to merry go f myself so I took it to ubreakfix, an authorized Google repair shop. They wanted 380 to fix the faulty motherboard and another 200 to fix the screen they broke getting to the mainboard. I took a pic of me handing the phone to the shop employee and he didn't want to argue in front of his other customers.
they replaced the screen at no cost so I can enjoy the faulty motherboards boot loop. Phone was never dropped and always in OtterBox defender case. I guess I was lucky. Check swappa.com. it's where I bought my replacement, also you can have the seller transfer the phone to your Gmail so the warranty can transfer too, as my new, used pixel 2 xl is warranted until May of next year now.

Certifiablegeek
· July 18, 2019
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Yes this is both CDMA and GSM and can work on Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile
Edge Cellular
Seller · February 1, 2019
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The package I received contained both the charger and the headphone adapter. It also contained the USB-C/micro B adapter that allowed me to connect it to my old Android phone for transferring apps and data.
Louis Rios
· October 15, 2018
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Yes it does but I recommend looking into Google's cell plan in that it is a better deal especially if you plan to use your phone overseas.
Amazon Customer
· April 16, 2018
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Yes i think you should be able to.
itreplay
Seller · September 5, 2019
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Yes; unlimited storage at original quality is on all Pixels. Others still can get unlimited storage, but at a compressed size video and photo (the compressed video/photo is not noticeable for 90% of uses)
Sam
· September 8, 2018
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I took an unlocked Pixel 2 and have it working on the Sprint network. You have to get a SIM card and install it with the correct orientation in the phone. But, it worked on Sprint, which doesn't sell Pixel phones.
Amazon Customer
· April 3, 2018
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I’m sure that it does. You would have to look under “support” on the Google Fi to find out how to activate it. This only works if your phone is fully unlocked
Joshua D.
· November 13, 2019
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it was unlocked so it should work with all carriers. we use verizon and had no problems activating it
L Balenquah
· February 26, 2019
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Yes, this phone is unlocked so it should work with Metro PCS with no problems.
itreplay
Seller · January 25, 2019