Deal: Buy a new Moto phone (like the Z4 or G7), get a second Motorola handset for free

Deal: Buy a new Moto phone (like the Z4 or G7), get a second Motorola handset for free
Motorola this weekend unveiled an interesting deal aimed at US customers who need not one, but two new Android smartphones. More exactly, the company is offering a free Moto G6 32 GB to buyers of the following unlocked handsets: Moto Z4 (pictured above), Moto G7, Moto Z3, Moto Z3 Play, Moto G6 64 GB, and Motorola One.

Motorola's new offer cannot be combined with other promotions and requires you to purchase your phone at full price. This means, for example, that you must buy a Moto G7 at $299.99 instead of its currently reduced price of $249.99. But we think this is a good deal anyway, as the Moto G6 32 GB that can be had for free is currently valued at $159.99. Granted, the G6 is now over 1 year old, but it's still a decent smartphone (that is, if you're not looking for top performance, which costs way more money anyway).     

Mind you, not all Moto G6 32 GB color variants are included in this deal. The only variant that's offered for free is the Deep Indigo one - you must manually add it to your cart, alongside any of the eligible handsets listed above, in order to see its price cut to $0. 

Get this deal at Motorola HERE

According to Motorola, this BOGO (buy one, get one free) offer is available from now through September 30, so you have a full month to take advantage of it - unless Motorola somehow runs out of phones by then.



1. LoweBoy

Posts: 6; Member since: Jun 21, 2019

What a deal! I pay full price for an overpriced phone, and in turn I get a year and a half old phone that will never see another software update.

4. kennybenny

Posts: 221; Member since: Apr 10, 2017

You got it correct...... With Motorola's horrid and worsening software update support, I would rather get a Nokia with guaranteed support for 2+ years.......

5. ijuanp03

Posts: 644; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Pls.. Definitely not Nokia. Their Android One devices are trash. Very sluggish and underwhelming cameras. Lol

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