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Moto Z Droid is now $119.77 with installment plan, Moto G4 Play $34.99 on prepaid

Discussion in 'Motorola - What's New?' started by Alaina, Nov 28, 2016.

  1. Alaina

    Alaina ✮ Active Member ✮ Verified Customer Registered ✔

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    The deals, they just keep on coming. This weekend we've seen the Moto G4 and G4 Plus receiving some nice discounts as part of the whole Black Friday / Cyber Monday bonanza, and now it's time to talk about two other Motorola smartphones.

    First off, the Moto Z Droid. If you buy the Verizon exclusive device from Best Buy you can have it for a positively unbelievable $4.99 per month on a 24-month installment plan, with $0 to pay upfront. That all ends up amounting to a grand total of $119.77 paid for the handset over two years, which is crazy considering that the Moto Z's full retail price is $699.99. But wait, there's more. If you go for the Moto Z Droid, Best Buy is throwing in a free JBL SoundBoost MotoMod and the Incipio OffGrid 2,220 mAh battery pack MotoMod.

    If you don't want a flagship smartphone or to be tied to Verizon for a couple of years, then you can opt to get the Moto G4 Play on prepaid. The entry level G4 version is normally sold for $84.99, but it's now down to $34.99. That's amazingly cheap if you don't mind the bare bones nature of the G4 Play, or using it with Verizon's prepaid plans. One final note: don't expect these deals to stick around forever, so if you're interested in either one make sure you order as soon as possible.

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