Today, September 25, Motorola Mobility is celebrating 91 years since the original Motorola company was first established. With this occasion, for a limited time, customers in the US can buy select unlocked Moto smartphones at reduced prices - included here are some relatively new handsets, as well as some older ones.
Moto G7, $50 on the Moto G7 Power, and $30 on the Moto G7 Play - just as it did not long ago during a non-anniversary sale involving these three 2019 phones.Most of Motorola's anniversary deals are just revivals of offers that had been previously available on the company's website. For example, Motorola now lets you save $70 on the
Moving on to handsets first launched in 2018, the Moto Z3 Play 32 GB currently costs $199.99 (that's $150 off), while the Moto Z3 Play 64 GB with a bundled Power Pack or Alexa Mod costs $299.99. Regardless of the Z3 Play variant that you buy, you're entitled to receive an additional Moto Mod for free (you can choose between a Moto Stereo Speaker, a Moto Gamepad Console, a Moto Folio, or two Moto Style Shells).
The Motorola One ($200 off) and the Moto E5 Play ($30 off) are other two smartphones currently on sale. All deals are available until September 30 or while supplies last.
With the exception of Motorola One, which works only on AT&T and T-Mobile (plus their prepaid brands), the aforementioned phones are compatible with all relevant US carriers, including Verizon and Sprint.
In addition to what's presented above, Motorola Mobility is running a BOGO (buy one, get one free) deal. However, this requires you to first buy a Moto phone at full price, so anniversary discounts don't apply. Go here for more details on this particular offer.