If you’re looking for a seriously budget phone that offers tremendous value, this Moto G 3 deal might be perfect for you.
Three is selling the Motorola Moto G (2015) for a phenomenally low price of £69.99 – although a £10 top-up is required. Considering we scored this 3rd-gen phone 9/10 last year at its £159 launch price, you’d be mad to pass this one up.
The Moto G (2015) features a 5-inch HD screen, an IPX7 certified water-resistant design, a 13-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 410 processor, and a microSD slot that supports cards up to 32GB.
What we said
We gave the Moto G a 9/10 score at its review price of £159, praising its vastly improved camera, water-resistant body, great value for money, and smooth, slick performance. Here’s our verdict:
“It’s still one of the best value phones you can buy, which is why we still recommend it."
What owners say
On Amazon.co.uk, the Moto G has a 4.5/5 score based on 955 user reviews. Users wrote:
“Absolutely delighted with it! Android is now on a par with iOS, no doubt about that, and very quickly had all the apps I had used previously with iPhone, no difference really."
“I couldn’t be happier with this phone. It is very easy to hold in my tiny lady hands and the weight is not a problem at all. The screen is crisp and bright.”
“This is a pretty robust and easily navigable Android phone not lacking in any aspect. Nice big screen and does (as far as I need) anything far more expensive phones do."
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How good a deal is this?
This is a very impressive deal, considering the phone is only a year old. We gave the handset a 9/10, praising its value for money above all else. At a price of £69.99, it’s basically theft.
For comparison, here are other retailer’s prices for the Moto G (2015):
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