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Get the popular Moto G6 at only $48 with Verizon activation or installment plans

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Get the popular Moto G6 at only $48 with Verizon activation or installment plans
Even though it's certainly not the most powerful smartphone released by Motorola stateside in the last year or so, the mid-range Moto G6 has proven exceptionally popular for the brand's hardcore fans on tight budgets, frequently scoring big discounts in refurbished condition, with upfront Verizon activations, or free of strings and catches in unlocked variants

The newest deal comes on the heels of special Moto Z2 Play and Z3 offers for Verizon subscribers at Best Buy, with the same retailer allowing customers of the same market-leading wireless service provider to get a G6 at a very reasonable price of $48. That's down from a typical one-time charge of $240, requiring you either activate the handset on Big Red's network without jumping through any other hoops or agree to a two-year device payment plan and cough up $2 a month.

Ironically, that makes the Moto G6 slightly more expensive than the higher-end Moto Z3 and Z2 Play right now. But 48 bucks is still an incredibly low price to pay for a stylish 5.7-incher with a premium metal-and-glass construction, a 2:1 Full HD screen sporting reasonably thin bezels, a decent 3,000 mAh battery with fast charging capabilities, dual 12 + 5MP rear-facing cameras, and yes, modern Android 9.0 Pie software already available after a recent over-the-air update.

It's important to point out that Verizon no longer sells the G6 itself, focusing instead on the big-battery Moto G7 Power that normally costs $240, a retail price you can mark down to a total of only 120 bucks at the time of this writing with 24 monthly installments of $5. The G7 Power is obviously better than the Moto G6 in a number of ways, including processing power, but curiously enough, the former model's display resolution is downgraded from 2160 x 1080 to 1570 x 720 pixels. Besides, $120 is not the same thing as $48, now, is it?

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