Republic Wireless yesterday added the Moto G smartphone to its portfolio of smartphones. Essentially doubling its roster of devices, the Motorola smartphone joins the Moto X as being offered without contract. The 8GB Moto G is priced at only $149.99 and can be paired with Republic Wireless’s plans that range from $5-$40 per month and employ a mix of cell tower and Wi-Fi connectivity.

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  1. This has also been working great for me.

    I have been a Republic Wireless customer starting with the Defy XT since 2012 and have had great service. I was paying $19.99/mo and the sprint MVNO works great for me in my area. I suggest those interested check sprint
    coverage in their area. I ordered the MOTO X upgrade and have been paying
    $22.50/mo (I get a 10% discount on service for being a beta member), not bad for a MOTO X phone for unlimited everything with no contract. Being able to switch between the $5, $10, $24, & $40 plan up to twice a month is a plus. I can switch to the $5 or $10 plan when I go on vacations to Mexico or

    My wife is now ready to purchase the Moto G because of the great price $149/$179! She has the Sprint Pioneer plan which is a grandfathered phone plan with no contract and you pay as you go. With 300 text and regular calling she still has a varying monthly bill of $10 to $20 dollars and it’s not a smartphone. With the Moto G at the $10 plan she gets unlimited Call and Text,
    plus gets to use the smartphone functions at home and other Wifi locations.

    Quick story: I went to Cancun, Mexico for vacation and stayed at a Condo
    with Wifi. So I was able to make calls to the USA easy and clearly with no need
    to turn “On” an App and sign in. Also, at the Cancun Airport where I had no Wifi and no Sprint coverage, only showed roaming, I was able to text my co-workers in the USA. Not sure how it worked but it did.

    I suggest if you’re on the fence try it out and if not happy contact them before 30 days are up for your refund. If ordering please remember to use referral
    link: “” for a service credit of $20 toward your monthly service fees. This way you try it out for free….

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