Last week we told you guys about a wicked deal on a contract-free Motorola Moto G for Verizon Wireless. Normally priced at $100, the phone saw its priced slashed to only $70 on Amazon. Now it looks like Best Buy is 1-uping that deal, offering the prepaid Verizon Moto G for only $50 straight up.
While you’ll no longer be tied down to a contract, don’t forget that this model will only connect to Verizon’s 3G — no 4G LTE here, folks. Still, even at $50, the Moto G makes an excellent WiFi-only device media player for the kiddies, or there’s even talk that the phone can be activated on a normal Verizon Wireless line (with a contract), just don’t hold us to it. Directions are as follows:
“I bought my Verizon Moto G 4/26/14 and was able to activate it on contract. You just have to bypass the activation screen (hit next, slide down notification bar, bring up task manager and swipe away the activation app) then dial *228 to activate the phone since it is 3G only. Do not try to activate through the My Verizon website, it will not work. I went from a Galaxy S3 to the Moto G.”
Link for the $50 Moto G at Best Buy provided below. Hurry, we’re not sure how long this deal will last.
[Best Buy: Moto G $50]
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