This Android phone with a 6.5-inch screen costs $50 at Walmart

If you’re tired of receiving unexpected fees and poor service from your phone company, Walmart has one of those phone deals that you just have to check out. What it does is pair the Motorola Moto G Pure, which is on sale for just $50, with the Simple Mobile smartphone service. That’s $10 off the standard price of $60. Plus, with Simple Mobile, you can get phone and data service for just $25 a month. Simple Mobile is considered one of the best MVNOs, or mobile virtual network providers, a type of pay-as-you-go provider that still uses the same networks as AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. In other words, this is a really great way to keep yourself going for a few months until you’re ready for the beautiful new phone of your dreams.

Why you should buy the Motorola Moto G Pure

The Moto G Pure has a fingerprint sensor on the back.
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With a deal like this, it’s important to look at the context. With this phone and its phone plan, you can have phone service for the next two months for just $100. That’s buying a new phone and getting two months of service for a fraction of the price of an iPhone 14 Pro alone. This is a phone for the rest of us.

Does this mean the Motorola Moto G Pure is a bad phone? No not at all. It has a 13MP rear camera, which is nothing to sneeze at, and a full 6.5-inch display with Max Vision HD+. And while it doesn’t have 5G, you probably didn’t expect it, so the 4G should exceed all expectations. With cloud storage options available, the 32GB of memory should suit you just fine, especially if you follow the guide to freeing up storage space on your Android. At the end of the day, when you look at a product like this, you brace yourself to face low expectations. However, the Motorola Moto G Pure really exceeds all expectations when placed in context.

If you want to grab a $60 phone for just $50, head over to Walmart and grab this deal now. We’re not sure how long this deal will last, but we do know that if you’re struggling with phone bills and are exhausted with traditional carriers, this could be your breath of fresh air.

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