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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the chances of getting a new affordable foldable smartphone from Samsung, Apple Watch upgrades and more
Prime membership is still on the up and up after all these years and Amazon is able to extract more money with the rise in monthly subscriptions.
Sprint had already offered these tie-ins with auxiliary services in one way or another, but not at this discounted price and with big data bonuses.
The fourth annual edition of the Amazon Prime Day festival of deals will run for a record 36 hours, including more than a million global discounts.
Available from Motorola at $250, and Verizon in exchange for $240, the 5.7-inch Moto G6 can now also be purchased by Amazon Prime members at $234.99.
Amazon Prime members can get the mid-range LG K30 smartphone, previously released on T-Mobile at $225, in exchange for a measly $140 with no ads or other strings attached.
It's no longer the cream of the (mid-range) crop, and it doesn't run Android Oreo yet, but the Moto G5 Plus is still a must-buy at $210 with 4GB RAM, 64GB storage and no ads.
Only Amazon Prime members can get a 32GB Moto X4 at $250 instead of $350 or $400 for the next few hours only, with full compatibility for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint.
Amazon says that it wants customers to be able to use facial and iris scanning features, which the lock screen ads get in the way of.
Amazon really wants more Prime members to sign up for annual subscriptions, jacking up already high monthly prices for both standard users and student accounts.
Black Friday comes early this year for Amazon Prime subscribers, as ad-supported LG Q6, G6+ and Moto E4 Plus variants are already heavily discounted.
Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to buy an iPhone 8 or one of many flagship Androids from T-Mobile, and receive a second unit free of charge.
No less than four LG smartphones are sold with lockscreen offers and ads for Amazon Prime members starting today, including the G6 and G6+.
Priced at $400 unlocked, and $330 in an Amazon Prime Exclusive version, the Moto X4 is spreading across the US. A costly Alexa Moto Mod is also near.
Instead of paying $49 upfront, students can go monthly at the rate of $5.49 or about $66 per year. It's more expensive, but definitely more manageable.
The entry-level Amazon Fire 7 slate, normally available for $50, costs Prime subscribers just $35 this week, while the Fire HD 8 drops from $80 to $55.
With 16GB internal storage space, Android 7.1 software, a gigantic battery, as well as Amazon "offers and ads", the Moto E4 Plus is wildly affordable.
Old but not obsolete, the still-respectable Moto G4 starts at $120 on Amazon, with just $10 more scoring you 32GB internal storage space.
Today's Amazon Prime Day, ladies and gents, and the first batch of spotlight deals is here, including hefty Galaxy S8 and Huawei Watch 2 savings.
As irresistible as a $30 refurbished Amazon Echo Dot might look, don't spend all your money before checking out all of next week's Prime Day deals.
Previously available only on Verizon prepaid and up for pre-orders elsewhere, the Moto E4 has expanded to several other US carriers and retailers.
The third annual Amazon Prime Day event promises to eclipse its predecessors, expanding to 13 countries, lasting 30 hours and saving you tons of money.
Amazon's popular Prime Exclusive family of affordable smartphones welcomes five new members today, including the Nokia 6 and Alcatel Idol 5S.