Motorola starts selling the unlocked Moto Z units in the United States
Up until now, the only way you can get to be a user of the Motorola Moto Z in the United States officially, you would be forced to purchase a unit via Verizon and while this is business as usual for the customers of the Big Red, it has posed a lot of issues for others that would have loved to use the device but are limited in the sense that they are loyalists of other mobile carriers.
Well, Motorola has identified that problem and to solve it, they have started to sell the unlocked versions of the same device in the country. These unlocked ones can be gotten from either the official website of Motorola or via third party retailers such as Amazon and Best Buy.
This device is being sold currently for a price of $700 in the region and in further news, it has been tweaked to work only with GSM networks, eliminating the Sprint customers from those that would be able to use their SIMs on a unit. Starting from the 20th of October, the device would go live for sale and for now, the Moto Z Force would remain a Big Red exclusive.
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