Google is paying $600 if you exchange your iPhone with Pixel 3a

Written by Faisal Saeed ·  1 min read >

Google has recently announced its two new Pixel 3a and 3a XL mid-range smartphones at the Google I/O developer conference this week at a price of $399 and $479 only. Now Google is trying to attract iPhone users to switch from their Apple devices to Pixel phones.

To fulfill this ambition, the search giant is running a trade-in offer where the iPhone user could get $600 plus a new Google Pixel 3a smartphone in exchange for their iPhone XS Max.

According to the offer which Google is proposing, if you own an iPhone XS Max smartphone, you can get up to $600 in exchange with a new Google Pixel 3a device. The amount which you will receive out of $600 will depend on the condition of your iPhone, so if your iPhone is working fine and the screen is not damage, $600 is what you are going to get for it. It means that you can get a Pixel 3a XL with some cash leftover.

But it seems highly unlikely that someone would trade-in a smartphone worth over $1000 for a mid-range handset that uses 2018 tech in it, but of course, the offer is there for someone who is willing to avail it.

Google is also accepting a variety of old iPhone models as well, but in that case the older the phone, the less it will be worth. It means that if you want to upgrade from an old iPhone 6 model to a new Pixel device you will not get the $600 in the trade-in deal but the exchange offer can help ease the financial burden to buy the new Android device.

In order to find out what kind of smartphones Google is accepting for their trade-in offer, visit their website here.