U.S. Cellular calls up $99 Moto G for no-contract plans

U.S. Cellular calls up $99 Moto G for no-contract plans

U.S. Cellular on Friday announced that the Moto G has been added to its no-contract lineup. Available for $99 (with instant rebate), the Moto G can be picked up through the carrier’s website starting today. Effective February 10 the device will be sold in retail stores at the same price. Nothing changes in the Moto G; it’s the same Android 4.4 KitKat handset with a 4.5-inch display, and quad-core processor. U.S. Cellular offers a new unlimited voice, messaging, and data plan for $50 per month.

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