A customer stands outside of a Verizon Wireless store waiting to purchase the new Blackberry Storm phone in New York, November 21, 2008. Reuters/Brendan McDermid

Verizon has announced an amazing deal on Google Pixel and Pixel XL. It is offering the smartphones for only US$240 (AU$330) on Nov. 24 and 25. Carriers are offering some pretty interesting Black Friday deals but this deal from Verizon is simply unthinkable. It has simply made the day for buyers on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

Verizon is offering the 32GB Google Pixel and Pixel XL on these days. The monthly instalment for both the devices for two years are only US$10 (AU$14) per month. In order to get the full bill credit applied monthly, users need to keep their lines active for two years. The 32GB Google Pixel and Pixel XL devices are priced at US$650 (AU$880) and US$770 (AU$1,040), reports Verizon.

Added to that, Verizon is also offering the 128GB versions of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL in the same deal with just US$15 (AU$20) monthly pay for two years. Needless to say, it’s an amazing deal being offered by Verizon as the 128GB Google Pixel variant costs US$750 (AU$1,020) and the Pixel XL variant costs US$870 (AU$1,180).

For those who cannot make it on these two days and also don’t want the Google Pixel phones, Verizon would be offering a discount of US$200 (AU$270) on any Android smartphone priced at US$400 (AU$540) or above. Buyers need to switch to Verizon and add line to an existing account from Nov. 24-27. Current customers upgrading will get US$100 (AU$135) off, writes Mashable.

The Verizon deal on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL is undoubtedly the best deal currently. There is one caveat though. Buyers need to pay the full price of the phones and the buyer will receive the savings in bill credit over the course of your contract.

Stay tuned on IBT AU for more updates on Verizon Thanksgiving and Black Friday deals.