An unlocked $99 iPhone-Killer deal

CLEVELAND, OH -- Yes. In our personal opinion, today’s smartphone deal is an iPhone-killer in terms of price and a worthy competitor in terms of features.

Say hello to an unlocked no-contract, water-resistant, super sleek and compatible with every carrier smartphone. The battery life is amazing and The Moto G Play produced by Motorola, Lenovo and now subsidized through Amazon Prime is one of the top smartphones we’ve ever tested.

This phone right here actually beat the iPhone 6S in specific speed tests  and other than photos that weren’t quite as good as the iPhone, it’s under $100!

Is there a catch? The phone is completely unlocked and available to Amazon Prime Members. If you’re not a Prime Member, you need to be one and we have included a link to a free 30 day trial.  Other than a small ad on the lock screen, there is no other catch and you can even ditch any advertising on the phone for $50 more if you so chose.

Watch these crazy speed tests alongside an un-boxing of the brand new Motorola G Play Prime Phone.

- Fast 4G LTE speed, an up to 1.2 GHz quad core processor
- 2GB RAM (same as iPhone 7)
- Includes 16GB of Storage, expandable up to 128GB with microSD card
- Insanely good all day battery life
- Bright 5" HD display
- Splashproof design
- One of the best phones we've ever tested
- No contract and unlocked for all major carriers!

$50 Off New Moto G Play Unlocked Smartphone With Offers + Free 2 Day Shipping
Was: $149.99
Now: $99.99
***Works with Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile
***If you are not a Prime Member, use this free Prime Membership trial to purchase phone

If you happen to be an AT&T or T-Mobile customer, there is also a $49 unlocked option on a different phone that we tested right here

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