Deal: Google shaves $150 off Motorola's popular Moto G6 mid-ranger

Deal: Google shaves $150 off Motorola's popular Moto G6 mid-ranger
Motorola's last year Moto G6 series might have been quite popular among Android fans, but now it's time to make room for the company's new Moto G7 lineup. One way to do that is to offer exceptional deals on the Moto G6 phones still available on the market.

If you're in need of a cheap but reliable Android phone, the Moto G6 is the perfect choice, especially that's it's now on sale for $150 off. There's a tiny issue though, as the promotion is run by Google through its Fi MVNO, so you'll have to commit to a two-year agreement to benefit from the discount.

Even so, considering the fact that the regular Moto G6 sells for $250, Google Fi's deal seems great, as you'll only be required to pay $4.12/month for 24 months to get it. Moreover, if you trade in your phone, you get have the Moto G6 for as little as $0.

According to Google, the $150 discount is only available for a limited time and it only applies to Moto G6 phones that are activated within 30 days of device shipment. Although the discounted price will automatically apply during checkout, if Fi is not activated within 30 days, the discounted amount will be charged to your Google Payments account to match the full price of the Moto G6.

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