Verizon cuts the Moto Z3 price by 50% — now, that's a deal
Motorola's phones are often lauded as the consumer's champion. Aggressively priced, but with decent hardware and a super-light software that makes them feel snappy, they are often a great choice for a budget device. But Motorola also has its own flagship line — the Z series. Its latest entry is the Moto Z3, which is nothing to smirk at with its Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and the ability to take all available (and future) Moto Mods.
All of this for $480, now ain't that a deal?
Well, Verizon has an even better one for you. Right now, if you sign for a new line and choose to lease for the Moto Z3 for 2 years, the phone will cost you a measly $10 per month. That's $240 in total, which is a pretty insane price for the kind of phone you get.
Oh, also, there will be a special Moto Mod coming out for the Moto Z3 in the near future, which will add 5G connectivity and double as a power bank with a small boost for your phone's juicebox.