Moto Z4 is the latest smartphone on the horizon, with a Snapdragon 675 chipset and plenty of storage. The device was just announced, and Verizon followed up with the pricing and plans it will offer to customers. The device can be purchased straight away for $499, and Big Red is also offering a 5G mod for $199.99.
If you decide to purchase the smartphone in installments, you can get it for $20.83 per month for 24 months. If you want to migrate to Verizon or you are already a customer, but want to add a new line, Moto Z4 will cost you only $10 per month in the next two years. Existing customers can upgrade to the phone and save an extra $100 when they choose the Verizon Device Payment Plan.
Since the phone is moddable with a physical 5G add-on, Verizon is offering a plan for the gigabit speeds as well. Customers who decide to buy the Moto Z4 with the 5G Moto Mod can have 5G Ultra Wideband at no additional charge for customers on Above Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited plans.
However, mobile 5G on Verizon’s network is currently available at less than a dozen districts in two cities - Chicago, IL, and Minneapolis, MN, with the promise that it will reach 20 more later this year.