Best Buy has a Moto G6 refurb on sale for an irresistible price with several freebies included

Best Buy has a Moto G6 refurb on sale for an irresistible price with several freebies included
While the hot new mid-range Moto G7, G7 Play, and G7 Power are all up for grabs in the US at fairly reasonable prices from a number of major carriers and top third-party retailers, last year's Moto G6 can still be a very smart purchase at the right price. Frequently discounted on its manufacturer's official e-store, as well as Amazon, Best Buy, B&H Photo Video, and Google Fi, the incredibly popular 5.7-incher costs only $119.98 with a bunch of freebies included and absolutely no strings attached at the time of this writing.

The killer new deal is offered by Best Buy on a GSM and CDMA-compatible unlocked variant of the 32GB Moto G6 you can obviously activate on your network of choice, be it AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon. The "catch" is you're looking at refurbished units here, although Best Buy's Geek Squad program is pretty much as reliable as they come in terms of the functionality and external appearance of devices reconditioned to a like-new state and rigorously inspected to ensure the "highest performance and quality standards."

Basically, you'll be getting a Snapdragon 450-powered phone with 3 gigs of RAM, a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, relatively thin screen bezels, dual 12 + 5MP rear-facing cameras, and rapidly charging 3,000 mAh battery that should look and work as well as a brand-new unit. Even better, you can add a number of other things to your Best Buy cart at no extra charge whatsoever.

We're talking about a $40 Cricket Wireless refill card, a 3-in-1 SIM card activation kit for the same AT&T-owned carrier, and a 3-month Mint Mobile prepaid SIM card kit granting you access to a wireless plan including unlimited talk and text, as well as 8 gigs of high-speed data a month. All in all, this is a $110 additional value you'll be getting totally free of charge alongside your already marked-down $120 Moto G6. And keep in mind you don't have to decide what carrier to activate your new phone on right away. You can even try out multiple networks, including Cricket and Mint Mobile.

Check out the deal here



1. bbycrts

Posts: 32; Member since: Nov 05, 2018

I don't get that deal when I try.

2. bbycrts

Posts: 32; Member since: Nov 05, 2018

Oh wait - I see the $119 price, but not the $70 your example shows and I'm not offered any freebies. The SIM cards shown in your example are offered to me at $40 each...

3. tonyv13

Posts: 124; Member since: Jun 07, 2015

Yea same here is probably only for a few states. I don't get the freebies I'm on long Island, NY

4. Angeal206

Posts: 4; Member since: Apr 18, 2019

I had a deal on Google Fi. Was $99. Bought 2

5. CityGuy40

Posts: 2; Member since: May 02, 2019

I'm interested in switching to Google Fi and am wondering if it's a good service? Any information would really help me out. Thanks

6. bbycrts

Posts: 32; Member since: Nov 05, 2018

We used Fi on a trip to Europe - great service, great price. At home we use enough data that it wouldn't be cost effective, but on the trip it was terrific. If you're not a huge data user I'd say go for it.

7. CityGuy40

Posts: 2; Member since: May 02, 2019

Thanks for the reply. I actually do not not use alot of data so maybe it would be a good fit. Thanks again for the help.

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