Republic Wireless rings up Moto G for April
Republic Wireless on Thursday announced the upcoming availability of the Moto G smartphone from Motorola. Priced at $149, the 8GB version of the handset is free of contract obligations and can be paired with plans that start as low as $5 per month. Those who need more storage can double down at 16GB for $179; same rate plans and options apply. Without divulging an exact date, the carrier promises the Moto G will be available starting in April.
The Moto G is the Republic Wireless of smartphones – proof that a world-class experience can come at a low price. The reviews are nearly unanimous in their praise, and the G is enabling millions of people around the world to experience the mobile internet for the first time.
To help kick things off Republic Wireless is hosting a giveaway which sees a Moto G & 12 months of FREE 3G service awarded weekly.
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