Best Buy is offering several new ways to save big bucks on the big-battery Moto G7 Power

Best Buy is offering several new ways to save big bucks on the big-battery Moto G7 Power
The Moto G7 Power is not only a battery life champion in the sub-$250 price segment, but the absolute king of the world when it comes to single charge endurance, lasting more than twice as much as popular high-enders like the iPhone XS Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in our rigorous testing designed to replicate typical real-life usage.

Incredibly enough, while the 6.2-inch mid-ranger launched at a fairly reasonable price point of $249.99 unlocked, a slew of major retailers, carriers, and even Motorola itself have been offering routine discounts reaching as high as $190 for several months now. Of course, the best deals usually come with strings attached or special requirements of some sort, and Best Buy's latest promotions are no exception.

You can save up to a whopping $120 at the time of this writing simply by activating the unlocked Moto G7 Power on a new or existing line of Sprint service upfront. Meanwhile, Verizon and AT&T subscribers are eligible for a cool $70 markdown of their own without having to jump through many hoops, pay monthly installments, or get their savings in the form of bill credit. That means Verizon and AT&T activations will bring the phone's price down to $179.99, with only $129.99 charged by Best Buy from new and existing Sprint customers.

Last but not least, it's definitely worth highlighting that you can also save quite a bit of money if you choose to activate the big-battery handset after purchasing it alongside a Simple Mobile $50 prepaid phone card and a Simple Mobile SIM card kit. You just have to add all three items to your cart and their combined price will drop from $301 to a measly $203.49, which is 25 bucks lower than the already discounted price of an unlocked G7 Power by itself and without an upfront activation. Time to make your decision, bargain hunters!

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