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Google Offers LTE Chromebook Pixel Buyers $150 to Make Up for Verizon Debacle

Updated: Tuesday, June 24 2014, 04:45 PM CDT

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Did you buy a Google LTE Chromebook Pixel with two years of Verizon mobile broadband Internet access? If so, you may be entitled to $150 from Google.

The computers were sold, but apparently no one told Verizon they came with two years of internet access because Verizon has been telling customers it wasn't aware of the offer, Computer World reported. It has been offering only one year of mobile broadband Internet access.

To make up for the debacle, Google is offering customers who bought this type of computer $150 to make up for the missing year of access. You can call Google at (855) 836-3987 to initiate the process.

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