So I awoke this morning with the "Emergency Calls Only" and "Cellular network no available," messages on my Pixel XL phone. Hmmm. Restart. Nada. Restart again, Nada. So I got on a support chat with T-Mobile and they informed me that my phone had been "blacklisted as stolen." Nothing TMobile can do, it explains its hands are tied. I did buy the Pixel XL used, and I purchased it through Swappa. So I got on a chat with Swappa support, as it seems to be very solid with when it comes to working with its customers even though it is just a middleman or escrow company. I explained to Swappa what had happened and this is what they told me. Sorry to hear of the complaints. We have seen a great number of Pixel devices becoming blacklisted the past two days. We are still trying to figure out why this has happened to so many devices. We are working to find out the cause of this widespread issue. It would be best for both of you to keep on top of Google and pressing them for an explanation. In one other case, I saw this morning Google agreed to send the buyer a replacement device so that might be an option to look into. Seller please work with the buyer and Google to see if they can get to the bottom of it. Certainly hearing that this is happening to "so many" Pixel owners is not a good thing, but I could not track down much online pertaining to this issue, but certainly others have seen the same issue in the last couple of days. From there I hopped on the direct Google Pixel support chat on the phone and explained what TMobile had said about phone being reported stolen. Google support explained that what I got was a "spam message." Well, no it was not. They then escalated the issue to another support specialist. She explained that the phone had not been reported stolen, but had been sold through the "Project Fi Team." (FYI, screenshot your support messages as those disappear after the support chat end.) She went on to explain to me that she would have to escalate the issue to the Project Fi team, and I would be contacted via email in 24 hours. And again I was assured the Pixel XL phone was not blacklisted. Well I have to disagree with that assessment. I asked for a support ticket number and she would not give that to me but told me that it would come via email. I have had this Pixel XL for a month, and have liked it more than any phone I have ever used, but if it can't make calls or texts, it is not worth much at all. Hopefully a bit of exposure on this issue will help get it fixed, maybe.