Google’s Pixel 6 Pro was the first handset the firm produced with a half terabyte of internal storage, but it’s now a little bit more difficult to find that variant. Verizon no longer offers the Pixel 6 Pro in its most expensive storage tier.

The Pixel 6 Pro’s 512GB model has been completely deleted from Verizons online store . This modification looks to have been done recently, although it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. Verizon had been virtually out of stock of the 512GB Pixel 6 Pro for at least two months before to deleting the purchase option entirely.

When Verizon did offer this model for sale, the price was $1,099 or $30.55 per month for a 36-month term.

Of fact, obtaining a 512GB Pixel 6 Pro is still rather simple. Both the unlocked and Verizon variants of the 512GB device are currently available in stock on the Google Store. However, the 512GB variant is not available when purchasing for ATandamp;T or Google Fi, the latter of which was recently added this past week.

Its not quite obvious why Verizon has discontinued this high storage option, but its surely a bummer for anyone who was in the market. The Google Pixel 7 Pro will most likely provide the same storage options as its predecessor, and we only have to wait a short while for that to happen.

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