No sooner was the new Google flagship smartphone announced than mobile phone retailers and networks were falling over themselves to attract suitors to their Google Pixel 3 deals. But we reckon that we've got the best early pre-order offer for you right here - and it's only available at TechRadar.
We've teamed up with Mobile Phones Direct to offer an incredible 100GB data Pixel 3 deal with unlimited calls and texts, and there's absolutely nothing to pay upfront. The monthly cost is £45 - not bad for such a new phone. And because you'll be on O2, you'll also be able to enjoy the network's Priority rewards, too, for free coffees and first dibs on gig tickets. Click here to go straight to the deal.
Like the sound of that, but were hoping for something on the mammoth Google Pixel 3 XL instead? We've got you covered, buddy, because we have an exclusive on that handset as well. This time you only get 50GB of data per month (only!), the same all-you-can-eat calls and texts, still with a FREE handset and monthly bills of £58. That Pixel XL 3 deal can be purchased by clicking here.
Yes, you can get these phones cheaper - take a look at our Google Pixel 3 deals page or the price comparison at the bottom of the page for today's best pre-orders. But not with this sheer amount of data and certainly not without paying a chunky wedge of cash upfront.
TechRadar's exclusive Google Pixel 3 deals
Google Pixel 3 from Mobile Phones Direct | O2 | FREE upfront | 100GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £45pm
We think we've run out of superlatives already for this Pixel 3 deal, so we're going to let the facts speak for themselves. 100GB of data (now there's a challenge), as many calls and texts as you like, and all for £45 per month. Splendid.
Google Pixel 3 XL from Mobile Phones Direct | O2 | FREE upfront | 50GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £58pm
6.3-inch OLED display with HDR support, an 18:9 aspect ratio and QHD 1440 x 2960 resolution. It feels like the Pixel 3 XL was pretty much made for watching videos on. And 50GB works out at a lot of Netflix binging and Sky Go gawping.