Moto E4 Plus now goes for $148.89, $31.10 cheaper than usual
The Moto E4 Plus landed in the US last month, and now it's finally time for it to get its first promotional price reduction. Normally going for $179.99 unlocked, the entry-level model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage can now be snagged from Amazon for just $148.89. This is the standard version, mind you, not the one that has lock screen offers and ads that is exclusive to Amazon Prime members.
So if you act soon (because there's really no telling how long this deal will last), you're able to save a neat $31.10 compared to the phone's normal pricing. The non-Plus E4 model was discounted once a while back too, but it's nice to see this one getting the same treatment.
This offer is especially great if you don't care much about specs in a smartphone, but want the biggest battery capacity possible, to ensure that your device will last for days on a charge. The Moto E4 Plus definitely delivers on that front, with its huge 5,000 mAh cell. It's also notable that, like other Motorola phones sold unlocked, this one supports all the major carriers in the US - GSM-based ones such as AT&T and T-Mobile, yes, but also CDMA-based networks such as Verizon and Sprint.
- 23 Sep 2017
Why pay $149 at Amazon when you can get the Verizon Moto E4 Plus at Target for $99? It's a great phone, get it before it's gone.