Moto G (2nd gen) available for $99 in the US

Moto G (2nd gen) available for $99 in the US

The Motorola Moto G (2nd gen), that’s the 2014 model, got an alluring price cut it is now just $99. The deal was available on the official Motorola site, but unfortunately it’s out of stock now.Good news, Best Buy still has units, That’s $99 with free shipping for the 8GB Moto G (2nd gen), available in Black only. It’s compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and other GSM carriers in the US (so no Verizon or Sprint).

The 3rd gen model is $180, it brings a 64-bit chipset and a 1080p video camera. However the 2nd gen model has stereo speakers and will be upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow too. The savings are pretty significant too.

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