You may have noticed that Google has recently been updating their online search tool for finding the best price for a phone.
That is because Google is now offering up a new price for its search tool, which now costs $4.99.
The new price is for a device that is currently priced at $299.99 and is only available in Canada and the United States.
The price is a small change for Google, which is still the largest online retailer of devices.
Google’s latest price increase is likely to be met with a lot of scepticism among the Canadian and US mobile market.
However, Google’s new price does have one positive aspect.
Google now offers a better selection of Canadian and American phones at a much cheaper price than they were previously.
Google has also announced that the price of its Android phones has gone up by $0.02, from $99.99 to $99, which should help to lower prices for Android devices in Canada.
In the US, the price on the Google Play store is now $99 per device, which makes the Google Pixel XL the best-selling smartphone in the US for the time being.