Hold the phone: The top-rated Motorola Moto G Play is just $80 — it's over 80 percent off!

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Grab a Motorola Moto G Play smartphone bundle for $80. (Photo: HSN)
Grab a Motorola Moto G Play smartphone bundle for $80. (Photo: HSN)

Gone are the days of having to pay up for a smartphone. We just found an incredible deal on a speedy and reliable model with a sharp display, crystal clear audio and a long talk time. The Motorola Moto G Play is the phone you've been craving, and right now it's on sale at HSN for just $80, down from $349. That's an incredible 82 percent off!

The included goodies are unbelievable. You'll get a car charger, iRing mobile device holder (a $20 value), a phone case (choose from black, blue marble, blue, silver glitter and yellow medallion), plus free membership to a bunch of subscription services. We're talking three months of Pandora Premium for unlimited commercial-free music (a $30 value), two months of Lifetime Movie Club for instant access to flicks (a $8 value), as well as one year of OfficeSuite Personal for productivity (a $30 value), three months of America's Test Kitchen Digital All-Access for recipes and meal prep (a $15 value) and one month of Transparent Language Online to learn a new language (a $25 value). Phew!

And if you’d rather not pay $80 at once (understandable), HSN lets you opt for three 'FlexPays' of just $26, with no interest at all. Plus, you'll get free shipping.

New to HSN? Grab an additional $20 off with promo code HSN2021 at checkout. This would bring the price down to just $60!

It's a zippy little guy

The Motorola Moto G Play is designed for speed, with Android built-in and 3GB of memory paired with 32GB of on-board storage — expandable up to 512GB via microSD card. Now that’s something even the Apple iPhone can’t do. 

The battery life is amazing — you'll get up to 72 hours at a pop. And just 15 minutes of charging time will get you an additional nine hours of juice. Not surprisingly, shoppers are thrilled. "Excellent phone with long battery life," raved a Moto G Play user. "I get three days of usage before I need to charge again and it's constantly in use with nine days on standby time. It comes with a reasonable amount of memory and storage and totally worth more than the price. Great buy!"

Says another: "Enjoying the phone — works a lot better than my older Motorola. The ability to put 512 GB expandable memory is great," shared a satisfied Moto G Play shopper.

The large edge-to-edge 6.5-inch Max Vision HD+ display makes images and photos look slick and sharp — and the 13-megapixel and two-megapixel dual rear shooter and five-megapixel front-facing ‘selfie’ snapper will up your social media game.

Save $349 on this Motorola Moto G Play smartphone bundle. (Photo: HSN)
Save an unreal $349 on this Motorola Moto G Play smartphone bundle. (Photo: HSN)

Lower rates!

Since it's a pre-paid phone, rates are lower than traditional plans. Tracfone uses the networks of all the major U.S. phone carriers, so no matter where you are in the country, you’ll be good to go.

And as part of the bundle, the Motorola Moto G Play comes with 1,500 minutes, 1,500 texts and 1,500MB of data with a full year of service for domestic and international use from Tracfone — with no monthly fees. The service makes it a snap to move your contacts and data from your old phone with the Tracfone app, too.

Still undecided? Check out this video for a more up-close-and-personal take on this awesome deal. 

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