The Moto Z is a darn nice phone, but unfortunately it was a Verizon exclusive when it launched in the US two months ago. Thankfully, you can now buy a GSM unlocked version for $699 which will work with AT&T and T-Mobile (sorry Sprint folk).
That’s about $75 over the Verizon version, so it certainly doesn’t come cheap, but it’s worth noting the unlocked version comes with 64 GB standard. The Verizon model comes with 32 GB standard, and the 64 GB option will cost you $50 extra.
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