For the Moto G6, priced at $249, you’ll find it at Verizon, as well as retailers such as Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Fry’s, and B&H Photo. The Moto G6 Play, priced at $199, will be available at prepaid spots like Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless (marketed there as the Moto G6 Forge), Verizon Wireless, Virgin Mobile, while it will be a postpaid device at AT&T. You will also find it unlocked at retailers including Best Buy, Target, Fry’s, and B&H Photo
The Moto E5 Plus is shown to cost €169 in Europe (no word on exact US pricing yet), but once launched, you’ll find it at Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless (marketed as the Moto E5 Supra), and postpaid at Sprint. Lastly, the Moto E5 Play, available in the coming months, will be found at Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless (marketed as the Moto E5 Cruise), Verizon Wireless, Virgin Mobile, and postpaid at Sprint. Additionally, The the E5 Play will be available through Xfinity Mobile.
We’re still waiting to hear specific availability dates for each device, but once we get those, we’ll update you.
Update: Verizon has shared availability specifics for the new Moto device launches. Detailed by the carrier, the Moto E5 Play will be available to prepaid customers starting today, while the Moto G6 Play for prepaid is still “coming soon.” On May 24, Verizon will launch the Moto G6 for postpaid customers.