Here you can compare all the best deals currently for Google Pixel 2 XL using our comparison widget which updates in real time with the best prices available to you right now.
Google stepped away from the Nexus family in 2016 and launched the Pixel smartphones, adopting the line of the previous Chromebook Pixel and Pixel C and presenting a Google-designed premium product.
The Pixel 2 XL is the second-gen, looking to replace one of our favourite 2016 phones. It's an ambitious device, switching to an 18:9 display and looking to refine the bodywork of the previous device.
Benefits with provider
Each network provides their own benefits when you take out a contract with them. You can now roam in Europe using your data with all of the major network providers.
On most EE contracts you will benefit from free 6-months Apple music for your iOS or Android device.
EE boasts speeds of up to 60Mbps and on some contracts, you will get BT Sports for a specified time.
O2 offer free screen replacements with any contract that has over 30GB of data. On some contracts, you're also able to upgrade 12 months early. O2 also has priority where you can get access to early tickets and the benefit of O2 Wi-Fi.
Vodafone allows you to roam using your data in 110 countries and they also offer you 10GB extra data for free on some contracts. You also get access to O2 Vodafone Entertainment.
How to use chart
Using the phone deal chart below you can use the drop-down menus and sliders to find the perfect contract plan for you. Whether you want more data or unlimited minutes, our price comparison table updates in real time offering you the best deals.
Price is obviously a key factor and whilst you can lower the monthly cost of the contract by paying a higher upfront cost, most will prefer to spread the cost over the course of the contract period.
Mobile phone users are increasingly finding it difficult to stick to contracts offering less data as more and more content is demanding bandwidth with video content being consumed more daily.
Google Pixel 2 XL review
A lot more attractive some months after its initial launch
Waterproofing, Solid build, Good battery performance, Great camera performance in most conditions, Display's saturated mode gives the look we wanted
Design doesn't make best use of space, No 3.5mm headphone socket, Camera white balance inconsistencies, No microSD card slot
After a rocky start, Google's tweaks and changes have given the Pixel 2 XL the appeal that it needed. It's not the best design to encase this new display format, but at its heart this is a powerful pure Android handset with a class-leading camera