Verizon's 5G-upgradeable Moto Z3 gets a big discount and cool freebie at Best Buy
save quite a bit of money on a 6-inch handset typically priced at $480 or so.Of course, you can also use the Snapdragon 835-powered Z3 as-is, activating it on Verizon's standard 4G LTE network after purchasing it from the nation's largest carrier, Motorola's own US e-store, or third-party retailers like Best Buy. The latter has repeatedly proven to be the simplest way to
The newest deal brings the Verizon-locked Moto Z3 in Ceramic Black down to $5.83 a month with two-year device payment plans for new service lines and new accounts altogether. That means you'll be paying a grand total of around 140 bucks here, compared to the full $480 retail price still charged by Motorola and $240 over at Big Red right now after a decent 50 percent discount offered by America's top wireless service provider.
Believe it or not, Best Buy also throws in a gratis Alexa-enabled Moto Smart Speaker Mod with its substantially marked-down Z3 handset. That essentially allows you to turn your phone into an Echo smart speaker, normally fetching a whopping 150 bucks on its own. That further sweetens an already awesome deal for a decidedly handsome phone with a metal-and-glass build, sharp Super AMOLED display with relatively thin bezels, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space, dual 12MP rear-facing cameras, and a Turbo-charging 3,000 mAh battery in tow.
Just remember that Best Buy doesn't sell the 5G Moto Mod, and Verizon requires you purchase both the phone and its boundary-pushing cellular add-on from the carrier to offer you a nice discount on the mod.