Verizon certifies the Moto Z3 Play for use on its network, but it will not sell it directly

Verizon certifies the Moto Z3 Play for use on its network, but it will not sell it directly
Motorola has already launched the Moto Z3 Play in the United States, so, starting today, everyone can buy it from various retailers and carriers, as well as through the handset maker's online store. Sprint and U.S. Cellular will sell the Moto Z3 Play too, and there's also a Prime Exclusive variant available at Amazon if you don't mind the bloatware.

While Verizon seems to have skipped the Moto Z3 Play, customers who want to purchase it and use it on the Big Red's network will be able to do so without any worries. The carrier has just announced it has certified the Moto Z3 Play for use on its network, so, once you insert a Verizon SIM card in the device, you should get full 4G LTE support.

The Moto Z3 Play can be bought directly from Motorola for $500, which includes a bundled Moto Mod that expands the phone's battery life. Amazon offers the same bundle for just $450, but its Prime Exclusive version comes with Amazon apps pre-installed and ads.

Best Buy has the unlocked Moto Z3 Play on sale as well, but you'll have to come up with $500 upfront to get it bundled with the Power Pack 2220 mAh Moto Mod.

source: Verizon

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