Moto E6 can be had completely free of charge from Verizon if you don't mind adding a new line of service to an existing account. T-Mobile ran a similar deal on the modest 5.5-incher recently, but while Best Buy isn't ready to go as low as $0, its hot new special offers might actually be more enticing for a number of folks.Normally available for $150 unlocked, the entry-level
We're talking new and existing Sprint subscribers looking to add a new line or simply upgrade their handset, which are only charged $49.99 right now. Meanwhile, new, existing, and upgrading Verizon customers must cough up $99.99 a pop, and finally, Best Buy is asking the same 100 bucks of those on AT&T or looking to activate the new phone on AT&T, upgrades not included.
There are no monthly installment plans or bill credits involved, mind you, but in order to lower the $150 list price to $99.99 or $49.99, you'll have to activate the Moto E6 on your preferred carrier right off the bat and pay whatever you owe the aforementioned retailer upfront. Technically, you'll be getting the device unlocked and compatible with all big four US wireless service providers, but switching your operator after making the initial purchase might depend on its own specific terms and conditions.
Obviously, the E6 is nothing to write home about, with a somewhat outdated and, let's be honest, completely unappealing design, as well as a Snapdragon 435 processor, a far from impressive HD+ screen, a single 13MP rear-facing shooter, and a 5MP selfie camera. But due to its overall humble specifications, the phone should be able to deliver pretty stellar battery life. The Moto E6 also has Android 9.0 Pie software and a fingerprint scanner, which ain't half bad for the sub-$100 price bracket.