Motorola Moto G6 just got cheaper at Verizon for a limited time only. All it takes to pick up this affordable handset is 24 monthly payments of $5. The phone has to be purchased using Verizon's Device Payment plan, and you will receive a $5/month bill credit for 24 months. While no trade-in is required, a new line needs to be added. That means though, that the deal is available for both new and existing Verizon subscribers.
UPDATE: The pricing attracted so many buyers that the Moto G6 is now out of stock at Verizon's online store.
We'd love to tell you that the version of the Moto G6 available from Verizon is the unit with 64GB of internal storage and 4GB of RAM, but that would be a lie. Big Red's Moto G6 offers 32GB of native storage and 3GB of RAM along with a 5.7-inch LCD screen. The latter features a resolution of 1080 x 2160 (FHD+) and an 18:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood is the Snapdragon 450 Mobile Platform.
The Moto G6 does have a dual camera setup in back (12MP + 5MP) and an 8MP camera in front for selfies and video chat. You can get up to 24 hours on a single charge thanks to the 3000mAh battery inside the phone, and light rain and splashes are repelled thanks to P2i's nanocoating. Android Oreo is pre-installed.
It is not every day that $5 a month will pay for a serviceable smartphone like the Moto G6. If interested, click on the sourcelink below.