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Screenshot: Google/YouTube This week, along with announcing the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, Google also introduced Pixel Pass —a program that combines a subscription service bundle and the aforementioned Pixel 6 (or Pixel 6 Pro) under one roof. If you’re trying to decide whether the bundle is right for you, here are some things to consider. What is Pixel Pass, and how much does it cost? Pixel Pass includes Google’s in-house subscription services: Google One, Play Pass, and YouTube Music Premium. It also comes with an extended warranty and a discount on cell service from Google Fi. (Users can choose to opt out of the Google Fi service and use their own carrier, though.) The bundle starts at $45 per month for Pixel 6, and $55 a month for a 6 Pro. Users can sign up for the bundle through either Google Fi, or the Google Store (if they opt out of Fi network coverage). There is an option to trade in an old device, but users can only sign up for Pixel Pass with a Pixel phone. Pixel Pass is essentially Google’s mash-up of two similar Apple programs: Apple One and the iPhone Upgrade Program. Apple and Google’s offerings can cost roughly the same, or, depending on the details, Apple’s can be much more expensive. Apple One packages range from $15 to $30 per month, and the iPhone Upgrade Program ranges from $35 a month (128 GB iPhone 13 mini) all the way to $74.91 (1 […]