Verizon's high-end Moto Z3 is on sale at a buck a month ($24 total) with installment plans
Moto-branded smartphones are typically sold at fairly reasonable prices and routinely available with substantial discounts, but the last few days have been exceptionally fruitful for Motorola-loving bargain hunters as killer deals on the Z2 Play, G7 Power, and E5 Play have been coming from all directions.
While you arguably get a lot of bang for your buck with all three of those respectable mid-range handsets, Android power users should be ecstatic to see the high-end Moto Z3 marked down from a retail price of around $500 to a measly $24. As crazy as it sounds, you can go over to Best Buy right now and pay $1 a month for two years with a Verizon installment plan.
Only new Big Red subscribers and folks looking to add a new line of service to an existing account are eligible for this incredible bargain, while upgrading customers need to cough up $5 a month for two years, amounting to a grand total of $120, which still includes massive savings compared to how much Verizon normally charges on its website and in its brick and mortar stores.
If you'd rather take care of the entire bill upfront, you can also do that and pay 120 bucks, although you'll still need to activate the modular phone on Verizon straight off the bat. Speaking of the modular angle, it's important to highlight the heavily discounted device comes with an Amazon Alexa-enhanced smart speaker Moto Mod at no extra charge. Yes, even if you go for a monthly installment agreement and end up spending just 24 bucks within a lengthy 24-month period.
The Mod alone normally costs $149.99, which essentially means Best Buy and Verizon are paying you to get the Moto Z3 off their hands. Keep in mind that this is a Snapdragon 835 powerhouse with 4GB RAM and 64 gigs of internal storage space, as well as decent dual 12MP rear-facing cameras, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a no-notch 2:1 Full HD Super AMOLED display, and a premium metal-and-glass build.
The Moto Z3 is also one of only two Verizon phones that can take advantage of the carrier's brand-new 5G network, although in order for that to work, you need a different Moto Mod sold exclusively through the nation's largest wireless service provider.