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Verizon - Moto Z Play Droid 4G LTE with 32GB Memory Cell Phone - Black/Lunar Gray $6/mo for 24 months

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Seems like a good price. Why the thumbs down?
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Seems like a good price. Why the thumbs down?
I didn't thumb down, but site isn't working for me "we're sorry, something went wrong"
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Would this work on tmobile?
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I don't see an option to pay it all at once. Would it be possible to get this deal and then pay it off in a couple of months?
I'm in the market for a second phone for the next couple of months while I travel for work and my T-Mobile isn't so great with connectivity in rural areas..
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I don't see an option to pay it all at once. Would it be possible to get this deal and then pay it off in a couple of months?
I'm in the market for a second phone for the next couple of months while I travel for work and my T-Mobile isn't so great with connectivity in rural areas..
If this is like other Best Buy deals on Verizon phones (and I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be- the deal is clearly for 6 bucks a month, and there is no mention of bill credits), you would have the option to pay off the remaining balance at any time after your account is officially opened and activated. You would do so through Verizon's website.

This is a pretty nice deal for this phone.
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Looks like ETF fee of $350.
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This appears to be available for existing Verizon customers only. If I want to avail of this offer do I need to sign up for a Verizon account in store?

I read on xda that it may be able to modify the US single sim versions to make them dial sim capable. Does anyone have any experience with this?

My dad is a Verizon customer. If he adds me to his plan with this phone, can I then pay off the remaining payments for $6 × 24 months = $144 and escape from Verizon with a cheap Moto z play?

The plan details say "Early termination fee of $350." How can I avoid this?

TIA&XOXO!!!
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This appears to be available for existing Verizon customers only. If I want to avail of this offer do I need to sign up for a Verizon account in store?

I read on xda that it may be able to modify the US single sim versions to make them dial sim capable. Does anyone have any experience with this?

My dad is a Verizon customer. If he adds me to his plan with this phone, can I then pay off the remaining payments for $6 × 24 months = $144 and escape from Verizon with a cheap Moto z play?

The plan details say "Early termination fee of $350." How can I avoid this?

TIA&XOXO!!!

If you're on the mobile site, the popup doesn't show the new customer option. On desktop it does. Just FYI.
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So could I buy and pay off right away and then get on sprint network? I tried googling around but not seeing much
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This appears to be available for existing Verizon customers only. If I want to avail of this offer do I need to sign up for a Verizon account in store?

I read on xda that it may be able to modify the US single sim versions to make them dial sim capable. Does anyone have any experience with this?

My dad is a Verizon customer. If he adds me to his plan with this phone, can I then pay off the remaining payments for $6 × 24 months = $144 and escape from Verizon with a cheap Moto z play?

The plan details say "Early termination fee of $350." How can I avoid this?

TIA&XOXO!!!
There is no ETA for Verizon, they do (mostly) DPP. It is available for new customers but you still need to bring a phone number (GV number works but need to pay $3.50 to make it portable).

Yes, you will pay $144 + tax and the $30 activation fee and the $55 monthly fee (prorated, if you cancel after 5 days of service, you'll only pay for those days).
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There is no ETA for Verizon, they do (mostly) DPP. It is available for new customers but you still need to bring a phone number (GV number works but need to pay $3.50 to make it portable).

Yes, you will pay $144 + tax and the $30 activation fee and the $55 monthly fee (prorated, if you cancel after 5 days of service, you'll only pay for those days).
So I don't need to pay $55 monthly at all if I cancel within 5 days?
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Not a power user but I love this phone.

Fast enough, some nice features, solid phone performance, and ridiculous battery life.
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There is no ETA for Verizon, they do (mostly) DPP. It is available for new customers but you still need to bring a phone number (GV number works but need to pay $3.50 to make it portable).

Yes, you will pay $144 + tax and the $30 activation fee and the $55 monthly fee (prorated, if you cancel after 5 days of service, you'll only pay for those days).
When i worked at a retail Verizon you had to have your account open for 181 days or we charged you $500 and marked it as fraud
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