AT&T picks up the Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) at an unbeatable price (with installments)


The new Moto G Stylus 5G, which is not to be confused with the old Moto G Stylus 5G or the new non-5G Moto G Stylus, is set to expand to its third major US carrier this Friday, July 15.

Said wireless service provider just so happens to be the nation’s third biggest player in the industry as well, so it’s not exactly shocking to see AT&T follow into T-Mobile and Verizon’s footsteps as far as official availability for this particular mid-ranger is concerned.
Also unsurprisingly, AT&T is looking to beat its arch-rivals by offering a killer Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) deal right off the bat. Technically priced at $300, the pen-wielding 6.8-inch giant will only set you back 2 bucks a month as long as you don’t mind signing a three-year installment plan.

The introductory promotion will be available both on and offline for both new and existing customers with no mandatory device trade-in, number port-in, or even a new line of service. After bill credits, you’re looking at spending a measly $72 all in all over a 36-month period, which T-Mobile can actually bring down to… $0 with a two-year installment agreement of its own and a new service line added to an existing or entirely new account.

As one of the very few budget-friendly alternatives to Samsung’s state-of-the-art Galaxy S22 Ultra with a built-in S Pen, the 2022 5G-enabled Moto G Stylus certainly delivers an interesting value proposition at $0, $72, and even $300.
Apart from its “creative stylus” included in the retail box at no extra cost and the aforementioned jumbo-sized 6.8-inch IPS LCD panel with 120Hz refresh rate support, Motorola‘s bad boy also has pre-loaded Android 12 software goodies going for it, as well as a surprisingly capable 50MP primary camera (backed by a decent 8MP ultra-wide-angle shooter on the back), a large 5,000mAh battery with fast charging technology (and an actual charger in the box), and last but not least, a reasonably powerful Snapdragon 695 processor. 


Source: phonearena.com

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