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Pixel Pass is an all-in-one subscription from Google that includes access to the latest phones, extra storage, ad-free YouTube, and more. Pixel Pass includes:
When you subscribe to Pixel Pass on Google Fi, you also save $5 off your monthly Fi phone plan.
If you're already a Google Fi member, you can get Pixel Pass on Fi and you'll automatically start saving $5 per month on your Fi phone plan.
If you're already subscribed to Google One (100 GB plan or 200 GB plan) or Play Pass through Google, you don't need to cancel those subscriptions when you subscribe to Pixel Pass. Your existing subscriptions with Google will be canceled automatically when your Pixel device ships and you're first billed for Pixel Pass.
If you're already a YouTube Premium subscriber or subscribed to a Google One plan higher than 200 GB, you'll need to manually cancel your YouTube Premium subscription or downgrade your Google One plan before you can subscribe to Pixel Pass. When you subscribe to Pixel Pass, your YouTube Premium service will be reinstated, with your music library and playlists carried over seamlessly.
If you're already subscribed to one of the services included in Pixel Pass through another company, such as a network carrier or third party retailer, you'll need to contact them to cancel your subscription if you want to avoid paying for that subscription and Pixel Pass at the same time.
When you subscribe to Pixel Pass on Fi, you save $5 off your monthly Fi phone plan. This benefit will show up on your next bill cycle after subscribing to Pixel Pass.
You also get a way to view and manage your bill for your mobile phone plan, Pixel phone, and Google services, all in one place.
You can upgrade to a new Pixel phone every 2 years. After 24 monthly payments, you fully own your phone. At that time, you decide if you want to stay subscribed to Pixel Pass and receive the next available device as an upgrade.
You can cancel Pixel Pass at any time.
If your plans change within the first 15 days after your Pixel phone is delivered, you can cancel your subscription and send the phone back for no charge.
If you cancel after that, your subscription ends after the current billing cycle, and you just pay off the remainder of your phone cost at regular price.
For example, if you subscribe to Pixel Pass with Pixel 6 and cancel your subscription after 12 months — halfway through a 24-month term — you'll only need to pay off the remaining half of your Pixel 6 cost at regular price, plus applicable taxes.
If you cancel your Pixel Pass subscription, you'll lose access to Google One, Google Play Pass, and YouTube Premium, and your device protection service contract will end.
Once you subscribe to Pixel Pass and your Pixel phone ships, your Google services turn on automatically, and you can enjoy them on any platform where they're available — just sign into the Google Account you used to subscribe to Pixel Pass.
Pixel Pass includes Google One with 200 GB of cloud storage. If you need more, you can upgrade your Google One plan after subscribing to Pixel Pass to get up to 30 TB of storage, along with extra benefits. The difference between the new and old plans will be added to your monthly Pixel Pass payments.
Pixel Pass subscribers can share their Google One or Play Pass access with up to 5 additional family members at no extra cost (so 6 people total, including you).
If you're already sharing Google One or Play Pass access when you subscribe to Pixel Pass, your sharing setup will be carried over seamlessly.
YouTube Family Plans are not available with Pixel Pass subscriptions at this time.
To verify your eligibility for Pixel Pass, we'll need to run a credit check. To run the credit check, we'll ask you to validate your name, address, and Social Security number during checkout. The credit check takes just a few seconds.
You can find and manage details of your Pixel Pass subscription, such as device information and upgrade timeline, within your Fi account.