Verizon offering the Moto Z Play for $10 installments, knocks $7 off
When it comes to the identification of flagship models of smartphones from the Motorola brand, one would not but notice that the Moto Z Play is not in this league and doesn’t been manage to crawl into the leagues of high end devices by this same manufacturer.
However, it has wowed us in aspect that some high ends are not capable of and made up for its lack of class by packing a large 3150mAh battery that would get you through any task you wanted to perform or give the QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset that is under the hood.
Over at Verizon, we have been used to seeing this device sell for a total retail price of $408 and those that would like to have theirs on contract would have a total of $17 spread over a period of 24 months. Going to the database and listing of the some carrier now, it seems that there is a new change that would see you get the device for as less as $10 every month for the next 24 months which effectively brings the total retail price down to $240.
While there is no indication of how long this offer would run for, there is a caveat in the sense that this promo is only available for new users that are just bringing their lines to the Big Red, and the old customers could do well to deal with the old pricing information.
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