Get a Motorola Moto E6 and 1 year for $60 – CNET

Get a Motorola Moto E6 and 1 year for $60 – CNET


Motorola E6 originally sold for $150. Now you can have it for $60, including a whole year of service. 

Lori Grunin, CNET

Friday iPhone-SE – launch day, and although there are some pretty good iPhone-SE offers to have, nothing comes close to this. For a limited time and while supplies last, Tracfone on eBay is the Motorola Moto E6 and a-year service plan for $59.99 has. You also get your choice of cases and a car charger.

I don’t remember to ever see a telephone on offer in this generous. Although the service is limited to plan for 1500 minutes, 1500 SMS and 1.5 GB high speed data-it would be more than sufficient for some users. In fact, for those who can handle it in quarantine to the home, Wi-Fi, the heavy-lifting for almost everything. You can make calls and send messages with WhatsApp, or Facebook Messenger. You can stream Videos, with no plan to touch a byte of your data. the Update: It is not clear whether this plan offers the monthly minutes, messages and data, or if that’s all you get for the whole year. I am to reach out to Tracfone for the clarification.

If you are out in the world, Tracfone uses AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon networks. I’m not sure how it determines what you’ll end up, or to choose whether or not you are allowed that. The phone itself supports all of them, at least in its global version. This is the carrier is locked, you will need to contact Tracfone if you want to know unlock policy.

The Moto E6 is a budget phone, no doubt. It has a 5.5-inch Display, a headphone Jack, splash water protection and a removable battery. There is also a microSD slot for expanding the 16 GB of onboard memory. Read Eli Blumenthal to learn the Moto E6 hands-on more.

Here is the thing: The phone originally sold for $150. Now $60 is a whole year of service. For a teenager, a senior or someone who needs with the modest mobile or a modest cell phone budget, that’s pretty amazing.

Now playing:
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Moto E6: Hands-on with Motorola’s $150 phone


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the tabletop PC Gets free game For the king (save $20)


For the king free, right now; you have up to 30. April, add it to your library.

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on the search for a new game, either by themselves or with social distance friends? Here is a gem: For a limited time, Epic Games turn-based strategy-RPG For the king absolutely for free. It costs $20, if you bought it via Steam.

As with all other Epic freebies (and there are some great ones in the last few weeks), this requires that you have an Epic account, and the use of the epic client software-both free of charge as well.

For the king is a turn-based, tabletop-style game for fans of fantasy, Dungeons & dragons and all that good stuff. You can play it alone or with friends online. GameSpot has not reviewed it, but the other reviews that I’ve seen are quite positive overall.

If you have already played the game, hit the comments and let me know if you think it’s well worth the download!

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Released on Fri, 24 Apr 2020 13:22:00 +0000

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