motog rwAt this point in time, if you are looking for plenty of bang for your hard earned buck when it comes to purchasing a smartphone, perhaps those of you who are peering down the Android barrel might want to check out Motorola’s Moto G handset. It is hands down, at the moment, the best value for money one can obtain where an Android-powered smartphone is concerned. Even better yet is Republic Wireless stepping forward to offer the Motorola Moto G for a mere $149 without having you to be hooked to a contract, and this will come in the form of the 8GB model.

Republic Wireless happens to be a unique MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that relies on both VoIP calls over Wi-Fi as well as Sprint’s network for roaming capability. Of course, if you think that 8GB is not enough for you, there is always the option to bring home a 16GB model, which will cost $30 more. It is a no-brainer as to which particular version you should pick up, especially since $30 might not go very far in this day and age, no thanks to inflation and the ilk.

Republic Wireless do have plans that start from $25 monthly for unlimited calling, texts, and 3G data, and those who want 4G connectivity can do so for $40 per month. It makes no sense to jump aboard the 4G bandwagon since the Moto G is 3G only though.

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Key SpecsMotorola Moto G
StatusReleased
Resolution1280x720
Size (Diagonal, Inches)4.5"
Processor NameSnapdragon 400
4-core
1.2 GHz
Max. Total Storage Capacity16 GB
Megapixels5 MP
Battery Capacity (mAh)2070 mAh
Street Price$75
Complete product dataMotorola Moto G Full specs
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