You can get your hands on the Verizon Moto G for just $89.00 if you head over to Fry’s Electronics before Thursday, February 13, 2014.
The deal can be had in-store or click here to go through their online store, with a limit of one per household. This is a $10 savings versus going straight to the Verizon store.
The Moto G is without a doubt the best Android phone for your dollar right now. For quick reference, some of the key specifications on this great device include the Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor, a 4.5 inch 1280×700 Gorilla glass display, 5MP shooter with 720P HD video recording and most of the regular trimmings less NFC and LTE. The Verizon model will only work on the CDMA network, so you may need to snag the more expensive Google Play Edition if you were planning to take this phone to another carrier.
If you have not already, I highly recommend checking out our full review of the phone.
Do you think this $100 price point for a very capable Android phone is the start of a sustainable trend? Or should we expect $400+ to remain the norm for off-contract devices?
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Now only if they could do this in the UK
1280×720, isn’t it? (Third paragraph)
Does the Moto G GPe have CDMA antennas?
It has GSM. It does support HSPA+ though, which T-Mobile used to call 4G, before they implemented 4G LTE, and gave me very respectable speeds. And with their $70 truly unlimited plan, I think it’s pretty good.
I’m pretty sure there is no LTE in any variant of this phone…I hate when writers get a big detail completely wrong
It says it doesn’t have NFC or LTE
I should buy one for a music player!
Usually when you buy a prepaid phone from a carrier they make you sign up for the first month of service at the time of purchase. Still, $139 ($89 plus $50 for one month) is an excellent deal for a multimedia device running Android.
That is the best price ever.