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Moto X4 XT1900-1 64GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Android One, Sterling Blue) $225 after coupon

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B&H has a $25 coupon to clip, bringing price for the excellent Moto X4 4/64GB down to $225 with TPU case and Republic Wireless SIM kit included free.

GSM + CDMA / 4G LTE Capable
Compatible with All Major US Carriers
North American Variant
Android One Edition
12 + 8MP Rear Cameras + 16MP Front
2.2 GHz Snapdragon 630 Octa-Core CPU
64GB Storage Capacity + 4GB RAM
5.2" IPS LCD Touchscreen Display
FHD 1920 x 1080 Native Resolution
Android 7.1 Nougat



https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...phone.html
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If the black option is worth $5 more to anyone, BestBuy currently has this for $230: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/moto...Id=6272733

I'm looking at buying two of these for my girlfriend and myself. We currently have old (Virgin Mobile) LG Stylo 2s.

We're in USA, what will be needed to switch to these Moto X4 phones? And will we be able to keep our old phone numbers?

While researching getting a SIM card I ran into this message which is confusing me even more:

Q: I also need a virgin mobile sim card. The phone I purchased is an unlocked Moto X4 (Android phone) are they available to purchase inside a retail partner store in Houston TX? We don't have virgin mobile retail stores here.

A: Hey there! Unfortunately, you can't activate an unlocked android device.

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https://community.virginmobileusa.com/t5/iPhone/Where-do-i-get-a-virgin-mobile-sim-card/td-p/10459
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The 32GB + 3GB RAM model [bhphotovideo.com] is also back down to $165 AC. Hit frontpage just a few weeks back with 120 thumbs up.
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Lately it's been this x4, and the g6 on sale. But I really want is the z3, hope the deal is coming along.
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If the black option is worth $5 more to anyone, BestBuy currently has this for $230: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/moto...Id=6272733

I'm looking at buying two of these for my girlfriend and myself. We currently have old (Virgin Mobile) LG Stylo 2s.

We're in USA, what will be needed to switch to these Moto X4 phones? And will we be able to keep our old phone numbers?

While researching getting a SIM card I ran into this message which is confusing me even more:

Q: I also need a virgin mobile sim card. The phone I purchased is an unlocked Moto X4 (Android phone) are they available to purchase inside a retail partner store in Houston TX? We don't have virgin mobile retail stores here.

A: Hey there! Unfortunately, you can't activate an unlocked android device.

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https://community.virginmobileusa...td-p/10459
Virgin Mobile only supports bring your own device for iPhones. Not sure why they don't allow Android devices but that's their policy.
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Lately it's been this x4, and the g6 on sale. But I really want is the z3, hope the deal is coming along.
Z3 Play...? I don't recall seeing the Z3 (VZ exclusive) on sale. The latter features the same internals as the Z2 Force.
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That's weird that they only allow unlocked iPhones. I'd tell then give me a new SIM or I'll switch carriers.
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Z3 Play...? I don't recall seeing the Z3 (VZ exclusive) on sale. The latter features the same internals as the Z2 Force.
I shall take z3 / z3 play / even z2 force.... Any of them are on sale? (Preferably unlocked version)
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That's weird that they only allow unlocked iPhones. I'd tell then give me a new SIM or I'll switch carriers.
Only option is to switch. Getting a new SIM isn't going to do anything.
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Is this better or worse than the huawei mate se?
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Virgin Mobile only supports bring your own device for iPhones. Not sure why they don't allow Android devices but that's their policy.
Thanks, I had no idea. I wonder why they mention VM on the compatiblity list for this phone, but not many of the others?
https://www.motorola.com/us/carri...patibility
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The 32GB + 3GB RAM model [bhphotovideo.com] is also back down to $165 AC. Hit frontpage just a few weeks back with 120 thumbs up.
We're definitely range-bound with the X4 sales. Hopefully the 64GB model gets to the $160s soon and I'll bite.
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I shall take z3 / z3 play / even z2 force.... Any of them are on sale? (Preferably unlocked version)
Z3 is at $480. Amazon Warehouse has the Z3 Play for < $350. Z2 force isn't on sale right now.

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Is this better or worse than the huawei mate se?
This appears to have bands for every major US carrier, and even CDMA support. That alone makes it an appealing deal for many. SE has a sleeker design obviously.
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We're definitely range-bound with the X4 sales. Hopefully the 64GB model gets to the $160s soon and I'll bite.
Get it for around that price when you combine with prepaid card offers like Cricket at Best buy.
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