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Google Pixel 3: Compare prices for the best deal

Whether you're looking to buy outright or go on contract, we've got the deals for you.

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As the company behind the Android operating system, Google has a distinct advantage when manufacturing its own smartphones. By coordinating the design tenets of both its hardware and software, the tech giant is able to produce sleek and stylish handsets that take full advantage of Android's latest features.

The Google Pixel 3 is a clear example of this. With Android Pie installed out of the box, an AI-powered camera and support for wireless charging, the Pixel 3 packs all the accoutrements you'd expect of a modern flagship smartphone. It also sports the steep price tag common to high-end smartphones, which is why we've rounded up the best deals currently available on the Google Pixel 3 in the table below:


Compare Google Pixel 3 prices from Australian retail

This table was last updated on 25 Oct 2020.
RetailerModelPriceCurrencyBuy it
Kogan Google Pixel 3 (64GB, Just Black) | Android Phones | $619 AUD Buy it
RetailerModelPriceCurrencyBuy it
Kogan Google Pixel 3 (64GB, Just Black) | Android Phones | $619 AUD Buy it

Best Google Pixel 3 plans

Buying a phone outright is typically the cheapest option in the long run, but only if you can stomach the hefty upfront cost. Seeing as many of us don't have $1,300 burning a hole in our pockets, the cheapest way to pick up a Google Pixel 3 is on contract.

Fortunately, there are plenty of options out there catering to different budgets and data needs, but finding the right one for you can be tough. That's why you'll want to use our mobile plan comparison tool below to filter available Google Pixel 3 plans according to your preferences:


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