Chromebook Pixel owners receive $150 Visa giftcard after complimentary Verizon service got cut off early

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For all 4 people that picked up Google’s very own Chromebook Pixel, the search giant is looking to make things right after an issue with Verizon saw the laptop’s complimentary 4G LTE came to an abrupt end. Originally, the LTE equipped Pixel was sold with 2 years of free Verizon data (up to 100MB), but according to ComputerWorld, reports from users (seriously, who bought this thing?) noticed their 4G LTE had been cut-off early, barely a year into their service.

While Verizon has yet to address the issue (they’re currently investigating), Google is taking matters into their own hands by offering Chromebook Pixel owners a complimentary $150 Visa giftcard for their troubles. If your service has been cut short, you can contact Google Play support about the issue here.

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  • JoeyKhache

    Welp, there goes Verizon and Google’s relationship. Sorry Nexus fans.

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  • AlexMWilliams

    I bought one of these on Ebay for 600 and it’s been amazing. Would never buy it at full price but it’s a tremendous piece of hardware

  • Jay

    Am I reading this correctly? The promo was for 100mb for a 2 yr span. Hell, just to log in to your computer is like what, 25mb?

    • No_Nickname90

      League of Legends got me 200MB over the course of 2 days I believe. That is NOT including updates to the game. It’s a PC game. 100MB is quite more than you think.

      Heck, my mom only uses about 300MB a month on our family plan. I don’t know how she does it, but you’d be surprised at how little data you use just to browse the web.

      • Jerel Butler

        Lol I use more than 30gb a month on only my phone so to each there own

        • xriderx66

          See the trick is to turn the porn to 480p and not the “Real Life” option that brazzers has.