Motorola recently announced which carriers will support its recently introduced Moto G6 and Moto E5 phones. In short, the Moto G6 and G6 Play, Moto E5 Plus and E5 Play will be available in the US through a variety of carriers. Up north in Canada, consumers will have access to the Moto G6 and G6 Play, and Moto E5
Updated June 22, 2018: Cricket Wireless now offers the Moto E5 Supra (E5 Plus) for $179.99.
The standard bearer will be offered here in the United States through Verizon Wireless, TracFone Wireless, Ting Wireless, and Republic Wireless. Moreover, It will also be available universally unlocked at retailers such as Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Target, Fry’s, and B&H Photo. Canadian customers will be able to purchase the phone via Videotron.
Moto G6 Play
The Moto G6 will be available as a prepaid phone through Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless (as the Moto G6 Forge), Verizon Wireless, and Virgin Mobile. AT&T will sell the handset as a postpaid model; it will also be available at Republic Wireless, Ting Wireless, and universally unlocked at retailers like Best Buy, Target, Fry’s, and B&H Photo.
Our friend to the north (Canada) will see the phone sold as prepaid and postpaid at Bell Canada, SaskTel, Freedom Mobile, and Virgin Mobile. Additionally, it will be offered postpaid at Videotron.
Moto E5 Play
The Moto E5 Play will be sold in the US as a prepaid handset at Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless (as Moto E5 Cruise), Verizon Wireless, and Virgin Mobile. Sprint will sell a postpaid version of the phone; it will also be available through Xfinity Mobile.
The new moto e5 play will be available in Canada prepaid and postpaid at Bell Canada, chatr Mobile, Fido, Lucky Mobile, Rogers, SaskTel, and Virgin Mobile. The moto e5 play will be also be available postpaid at Videotron and offered to both prepaid and postpaid customers at Freedom Mobile.
Moto E5 Plus
The new Moto E5 Plus will be as a prepaid phone at Boost Mobile, and Cricket Wireless (as the Moto E5 Supra). Like the E5 Play, it will also be sold in a postpaid manner through Sprint.
In addition to the North American news, Motorola