Get the Moto G7 at a hefty 50 percent discount from Google Fi for a limited time

Get the Moto G7 at a hefty 50 percent discount from Google Fi for a limited time
Perhaps feeling the heat from impressive new contenders in the mid-range space like the BLU G9 Pro, the crazy popular and extremely well-reviewed Moto G7 is getting yet another big discount. This one doesn't come directly from the handset's manufacturer or a major third-party retailer like Best Buy, but on the bright side, the killer new deal also doesn't require a trade-in or monthly installment plan while letting you save actual money upfront rather than having to settle for bill credits.

Of course, there is a catch, as the half-off Moto G7 available this weekend only at Google Fi needs to be activated on, well, Google Fi within 30 days of receiving a shipment confirmation email. Then again, like any other device sold through the search giant's mobile virtual network operator, the substantially marked-down G7 will actually come unlocked, allowing you to switch carriers at will after a short period of time.

Typically priced at $299, the Android 9.0 Pie-based, Snapdragon 632-powered 6.2-incher can be yours until September 2 at 11:59 PM PDT for as little as $149, which you're free to pay outright with no strings attached or split in 24 monthly installments of $6.21 with zero interest. The Moto G7 is available in "Clear White" and "Ceramic Black" paint jobs, with a generous 64 gigs of internal storage space on deck, as well as 4GB RAM, a dual 12 + 5MP rear-facing camera system, 3,000mAh battery, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, and Full HD+ display with a small waterdrop notch.

In case you're wondering, the 50 percent discount can also be combined with a trade-in for an additional credit of up to $625. Granted, we don't expect a lot of iPhone XS Max owners to be interested in switching to a Moto G7, but Google Fi accepts humbler and older handsets as well, like the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7, LG G6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Moto X4, iPhone 6, or iPhone SE.

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2. Shazam777

Posts: 42; Member since: Aug 08, 2018

Now if only Google Fi could come to Europe.

3. Adamrock

Posts: 2; Member since: Sep 01, 2019

What do you mean? Google fi works perfectly fine in Europe, I have tried it in over 10 countries in Europe and if works flawlessly... You just don't want to use it if you use a lot of data because compared to European carriers data rates $10 for a gig of data is outrageous... You guys get like 50 gigs sometimes for that price in places like Poland or Czech republic!

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