Get the popular Moto G6 at only $48 with Verizon activation or installment plans
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.The newest deal comes on the heels of
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?