Australian carrier mistakenly ships Pixel devices ahead of official sales date
In Australia, a carrier has made a mistake that would be very much to the satisfaction of their customer and this is the kind of mistake that many smartphone lovers would love to be made towards them also.
The culprit carrier being Telstra, they have made the mistake of activating shipments on their own Pixel devices even though the October 20th date for the commencement for sale is still some five days in front of us.
A user on reddit was the first to create the thread that got this news out and on his thread, he made sure that a lot of important information on the device was provided, going as far as giving us specs, uploading pictures and posting videos on the Pixel smartphone in his custody.
To this, a Telstra representative has responded that it so happens that the carrier sends out its shipments before the time for sale is reach, although accidentally every time that happens.
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