The #Moto E4 is the cheapest phone that Motorola has ever developed. If one wishes to buy the unlocked version of the smartphone, they will have to shell out $100. However, if one is purchasing the Moto E4 for U.S.-based carrier Verizon, then they can get the handset for just $69.99. However, T-#Mobile and #Metropcs are bringing an offer that tops these as both parent and its subsidiary brand will be offering the smartphone for no cost report PrePaidPhone News.

Is the phone really free?

T-Mobile, along with its prepaid brand MetroPCS, will be starting a limited time promotional offer for the Moto E4 which is the best we have seen so far.

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The company will be retailing the handset at a discounted price of only $49 (excluding taxes) with no contract required. However, if a consumer switches to MetroPCS with a qualifying number, he/she will be able to get their hands on the smartphone for free, following instant rebate.

The smartphone will be available at participating locations from July 31. For a limited time, the handset will be available for $0 for consumers who switch to a qualifying new number. However, they would have to pay the taxes for the smartphone after rebate. The original retail price of the Moto E4 was $129, which works out to $49 after instant rebate. This deal is hard to beat, so it is advisable to take advantage of this offer if you are on a lookout for budget smartphones.

Specs and features

If you are on the lookout for a strong and reliable LTE smartphone which is not too fancy, then the Moto E4 is a good option.

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Despite being a budget smartphone, the handset comes pre-loaded with Android 7.1 Nougat. The Moto E4 is spill and splash resistant and offers an all-day long battery life, which is a steal for $0.

The device boasts a 5-inch display with 720p resolution and is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor and clocking at 1,400 MHz. The handset comes with an Adreno 308 and houses 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of native storage. However, one has the option of memory expansion via a microSD card to up to 128 GB. The handset comes equipped with a 5-megapixel front-facing selfie snapper and an 8-megapixel rear-mounted camera. The handset is a good option for those keen on a robust device, but are on a budget.

The waterproof handset is a great buy for those on-the-go and eyeing a sturdy device that can withstand harsh conditions. The Motorola deal is a limited period one and is likely in a bid to push the sales of the handset further.