Best Buy has the unlocked Moto G6 on sale at $150 with Verizon activation

Best Buy has the unlocked Moto G6 on sale at $150 with Verizon activation
Best Buy isn’t quite done offering Cyber Monday (or rather Cyber Week) deals on a rich selection of smartphones, tablets, wearable devices, smart home gadgets, and products across several other categories.

Of course, many of these are simply extensions of discounts and promotions initially available during the retailer’s actual Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, while others are just not that exciting.

But if you’re looking to buy the incredibly popular Moto G6 at an unbeatable price, now’s the time to pull the trigger. We’re talking about unlocked variants coated in black and “Oyster Blush”, which are typically available for $249.99 a pop.

We’ve already seen that price point dropped to $200 a number of times, occasionally including additional deal sweeteners in the form of cool freebies, but if you’re willing to meet just one condition, you can pay as little as $149.99 today at Best Buy.

All you have to do is activate the heavily discounted mid-range handset on Verizon with a new line of service or altogether new account as you make your purchase. Upgrading Big Red customers, as well as those who prefer to activate the phone later, will need to cough up $199.99. That’s also not bad, but it’s not very special either.

To be clear, you don’t have to agree to a monthly installment plan to save the full 100 bucks, and you will be allowed to switch carriers “whenever you want.” In case you’re wondering, Verizon no longer offers its subscribers the chance to score a free Moto G6 with no mandatory trade-in, so this is by far the best deal you can find right now on an extremely respectable phone.

The Moto G6 on sale today comes with 32GB internal storage space, 3GB RAM, a Snapdragon 450 processor, 5.7-inch Full HD+ (2160 x 1080) display, 3,000 mAh battery, and 12 + 5MP dual rear-facing cameras. Not too shabby for $149.99, eh?

Check out the deal here

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