For a mid-range device, the Moto G7 Power
is certainly shining in the US carrier support department, with official availability ranging from Verizon
, Cricket Wireless, and Metro
in addition to the typical slew of major authorized retailers including the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo Video.
Even though the big-battery 6.2
-incher is still relatively new, the killer deals and discounts are already starting to pile up
, further boosting the appeal of a handset that didn't exactly feel overpriced to begin with. While Verizon obviously cannot hope to beat Metro's incredible introductory promotion for network switchers, getting the Moto G7 Power
on a device payment plan with a new line of service on the nation's largest mobile operator currently lowers the phone's $240 retail price to a measly $120.
That's a massive 50 percent markdown requiring no trade-in or hoop-jumping of any sort apart from the two aforementioned conditions. Technically, you'll still need to cough up $10 a month for two years, but half of each installment will be returned as bill credit, effectively allowing you to score the extremely respectable G7 Power
at an incredibly affordable 120 bucks.
We're talking about a tall and fairly handsome smartphone with a 19.5:9 HD+ screen in tow, a Snapdragon 632 processor, 3GB RAM, 32 gigs of internal storage space, a super-reliable rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, squeaky clean Android 9.0 Pie interface, and above all, a gargantuan 5,000 mAh battery purportedly capable of keeping the lights on for up to 3 days on a single charge. And the charging operation itself is also blazing fast, thanks to state-of-the-art TurboPower technology.
Although Verizon does not explicitly list an expiration date for this top-shelf Moto G7
Power deal, odds are it won't last long, so it might be a good idea to pull the trigger as soon as possible.