The Google Pixel 4a is now orderable in eight more countries with 3 months of Google One, Google Play Pass and YouTube Premium included
Google launched the Pixel 4a last month, but it has taken over a month for the device to venture outside of North America. As we reported a few days after the launch, Google only plans to launch the Pixel 4a in a few countries including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Now, the company has made the Pixel 4a available to pre-order in Australia (AUD$599), France (€349), Germany (€340), Ireland (€382), Singapore (SGD$499), Spain (€389), Taiwan (TWD$11,990), and the UK(£349). The Pixel 4a will be heading to India and Japan too, but releases in these countries have been pushed from their original date of September 10.
Pre-orders also come with 3 month trials of Google One, Google Play Pass and YouTube Premium. These promotions are only open to new subscribers, though. According to the promotion terms, the offers will remain available for Pixel 4a units that are purchased and activated before May 1, 2021. The three offers must be redeemed by May 15, 2021 too. Please note that the promotions are only available to those who reside in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom and the United States.