just last week. The Moto G7 Play starts at a measly $19.99 for new Verizon subscribers or existing ones looking to add a new line of service, while those on Sprint can get the relatively modest 5.7-incher for as little as $49.99 (also with a new account or service line).The popular brand's most popular mid-rangers are on sale at new all-time low prices with upfront carrier activation, dropping even lower than
The far more impressive Moto G7 Power, which packs a gargantuan 5,000 mAh battery, is not that much pricier right now, fetching $49.99 and up on Verizon and $99.99 with Sprint activation. Meanwhile, the "regular" Moto G7 can be purchased for only $79.99 with a new Verizon line or new account altogether in a 64GB "Ceramic Black" variant. This bad boy usually costs 300 bucks, mind you, previously dropping to $150 with an upfront Big Red activation.
But wait, there's more. The higher-end, Moto Mods-compatible Z3 Play starts at $179.99 at the time of this writing in a 64GB configuration bundled with a free Power Pack add-on, but only if you choose to activate the modular 6-incher on Sprint. Otherwise, you'll need to pay 250 bucks and up.
Best Buy has decent deals on the Moto E5 Play, Motorola One, Moto G6, and Moto X4 as well, but these older and/or humbler handsets are arguably not as compelling as their aforementioned successors and (distant) relatives.