Best Buy has the Verizon-locked Moto Z4 on sale for as little as $120 after $380 discount
The Moto Z4 might not be on par with the best high-end smartphones on the market today in terms of processing power (and a beefier Z4 Force is apparently not happening), but a bunch of early discounts and bundle deals are massively boosting the appeal of the modular upper mid-ranger.
You can get the notched 6.4-incher unlocked at $500 from Motorola with a $200-worth gift included or activate the handset at Best Buy on eligible carriers and score up to an additional $100 in savings. Meanwhile, the Verizon-locked variant is available at Big Red for only $240 overall with monthly installment plans. These deals remind us of the generous Black Friday promotions at Best Buy and other retailers.
Believe it or not, Best Buy will hook you up with an even better deal if you don't have a problem agreeing to Verizon device payments. New subscribers and existing ones looking to add a new line of service are charged a measly $5 a month right now on a two-year agreement, bringing the $500 list price all the way down to 120 bucks. But wait, there's more. You can cough up the exact same $120 upfront and activate the Moto Z4 on a new line or new Verizon account without having to commit to a lengthy monthly installment arrangement.
Finally, upgrading customers are treated to the same discount available directly through the nation's largest wireless service provider. That means you can pay Best Buy $240 in one go or 24 installments of $10 a pop and activate the Z4 on an existing line of Verizon service.
While the Snapdragon 675-powered device may not justify its recommended price point, it certainly delivers more than enough bang for your buck at $120 or $240. You're looking at an extra-large OLED display with a subtle notch, a generous 128 gigs of internal storage space, respectable 4 gigs of memory, competent 48MP single rear-facing camera, great battery life from a 3,600 mAh cell, trendy in-screen fingerprint scanner, and yes, even a headphone jack. Last but not least, the Moto Z4 is one of very few smartphones that can be used to access Verizon's nascent 5G network by pairing it with a special Moto Mod (sold separately).