Following the release of the Google Pixel 2 in Canada earlier in October, various network operators in the country are now ready to offer the larger Pixel 2 XL as well. The list includes national carriers Bell and Telus, as well as Virgin, Koodo, Fido, Videotron, and Freedom Mobile. Prospective buyers should also be able to acquire the device at full price from major retailers in the country including Best Buy, Tbooth Wireless, The Source, Wireless Wave, and Walmart.
Prices vary depending on carrier and agreement, as well as the storage configuration for the device. The Pixel 2 XL can be purchased with 64GB or 128GB of on-board memory, and in general, there seems to be a CAD $130 price gap between the two variants regardless of whether they are acquired along with a carrier agreement or without one. With that in mind, Bell and Telus offer the 64GB Pixel 2 XL for the price of CAD $450 or CAD $650 along with a two-year term agreement, and while the 128GB model appears to be missing from Bell’s listing, Telus offers it for CAD $580 or $780 on comparable two-year plans.