Crazy good deal bundles Moto X4 with second phone and more for only $126 total

Crazy good deal bundles Moto X4 with second phone and more for only $126 total
As much as we dig the Moto G7 family (minus the G7 Play) and we're intrigued by the Motorola One Vision, we can't help but feel sad 2017's Moto X4 never received a sequel. The mid-range device didn't exactly shine in the photography department right off the bat, but its dual rear-facing camera setup, shiny water-resistant glass body, compact 5.2-inch screen, reasonably powerful Snapdragon 630 processor, and fast-charging battery have arguably aged rather gracefully.

That's mostly thanks to a torrent of killer deals and discounts offered of late by the handset's manufacturer, as well as third-party retailers ranging from Amazon to B&H Photo Video, Walmart, and of course, Best Buy. The latter has the unlocked Moto X4 on sale yet again in a heavily marked-down bundle alongside an LG Fiesta 2 phone, a Simple Mobile SIM card kit, and a $50 Simple Mobile prepaid phone card.

The first thing you'll want to do is add the X4 to your cart after choosing to activate it "later", followed by the Simple Mobile SIM card kit and prepaid phone card, which would typically set you back $51 by themselves. A free LG Fiesta 2 will be thrown in by Best Buy without you having to do anything else. All in all, you'll be paying a measly $125.99 for two Android smartphones and the only two things you need to get 30 days of Simple Mobile service with unlimited talk, text, and high-speed data. 

Keep in mind that you can take the Moto X4 to whatever carrier you want (including Sprint and Verizon), while the LG Fiesta 2, which is a fairly modest handset... with a gargantuan 4,500 mAh battery on deck is exclusively compatible with T-Mobile MVNO Simple Mobile. 

Naturally, this is the 32GB variant of the X4 we're talking about and not the 64 gig model, packing 3 instead of 4GB RAM, which is still a very decent setup for such an incredibly low price.

Check out the deal here

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