Motorola is offering its customers in the U.S. a sweet BOGO deal through March 9 via its e-store. If you buy a Moto G5S Plus phone from the online store now, you’ll get another for free. The notable point: there is no condition applicable.
The usual buy-one-get-one offers come with a lot of conditions attached, such as mandatory EMI options, credit card payments, and choosing a given carrier. In this deal, there is no such string attached.
That is, instead of paying $279.99 (the MRP), you need to pay $249.99 only for two Moto G5S Plus phones. In other words, for just 250 dollars two Moto mid-range handsets with decent specifications could be yours. Two Moto G5S Plus handsets for $125 apiece isn’t bad at all.
The Moto G5S Plus works with all the carriers in the U.S. — whether that be GSM ones like AT&T and T-Mobile, or CDMA types like Verizon and Sprint. The device features a Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB storage space (internal), and comes with a 3,000 mAh battery.
Even though not as good as the BOGO offer above, the company’s latest Moto G handset, the Moto G7, also has an offer going on wherein you can score a $50 discount — not bad for a brand new launch — if you buy it on Google Fi.