American carrier Republic Wireless has just announced the launch of the Moto G smartphone through its networks. Priced at $149 and $179 for the 8 and 16GB variants respectively (off contract), the smartphones will certainly appeal to a wide range of customers. The handset will officially hit retail outlets starting from April. The carrier relies on a combination of Sprint’s cellular networks and Wi-Fi networks to make calls using VoIP, which will prove to be very economical for the customers.
Plans for the smartphone start from as low as $5 per month which includes unlimited texts, voice and data over Wi-Fi. A slightly upgraded $10 plan will give users unlimited data on Wi-Fi and unlimited calls/texts using a combination of the Wi-Fi and cellular networks. The most expensive option at $25 comes with 3G cellular data along and unlimited calls/texts through Wi-Fi.
You can find the full details on the plans from the link provided below. At $149 or $179, the Moto G is certainly a great value. The smartphone has been selling extremely well in developing regions and Motorola will hope to replicate that success with Republic Wireless.
Source: Republic Wireless
Via: Phone Scoop