Black Friday is over, but there are still a ton of great deals waiting for bargain hunters on the web. Amazon has a particularly good sale for anyone who wants a great Motorola phone on the cheap. The international GSM version of the second-gen Moto G (that's the 2014 model) is now $99.99 on Amazon's US site, an impressive $80 off the retail price. It's an excellent deal for someone who needs a solid device without the high price (or, notably, the LTE radio) of more robust models.

Note that this is the global GSM model, not the US GSM version, so while it will work in most countries around the world, it will have poor reception on T-Mobile in the States. (The US GSM version is out of stock at the moment, but you can still buy it from Amazon for the same $99.99 price - it should be back in stock next week.) Both phones are available with free two-day shipping for Amazon Prime customers.

With a 5-inch 720p screen, a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, and an 8MP camera, the 2014 Moto G will meet or beat most phones at the $100 price point, and you can add a MicroSD card if the 8GB of built-in storage isn't enough for you. There's no word on when this particular sale will end.