Starting tomorrow, Republic Wireless will offer Moto Maker support for customers interested in picking up a Moto X for use on their prepaid network.
Sprint seems to be confused about the direction in which people are using their cellphones. While mobile data traffic increased 81% in 2013, voice minutes have been in steady decline since 2008.
Looking for an even cheaper deal than the $299 Moto X through Republic Wireless? If a new leaked image proves correct, you’ll get your chance with the upcoming Motorola DVX.
Republic Wireless is expected to sell the Moto X for $299 without a contract, although the device is yet to be officially unveiled.
Republic Wireless has a new pricing option that lets you grab its only device, the Motorola Defy XT, at the price of $99. What’s the catch?
Whether you own the single- or dual-band Defy XT on Republic Wireless, a software update for your rugged phone is now available to download and install via OTA.
After announcing back in September that it’s readying a dual-band variant of the Motorola Defy XT that’s compatible to run on both 800 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies, the rugged phone is finally shipping out to customers.
When we first started talking about Republic Wireless last year, the service was in beta. When we last talked about it a few days ago, it was still in beta. Now, the moment some of you may have been waiting for is at hand: Republic Wireless is officially open to everyone.
Republic Wireless offers unlimited calling, SMS, data for $19 monthly using a Wi-Fi and Cellular hybrid service. No contracts, but it has some limitations.
Everybody was excited last year about Republic Wireless, “the mobile network that runs on freedom”, and its hybrid wireless service, with unlimited calling, texting, and data for just $19 per month. In spite of the enthusiastic welcome, the communications provider encountered a few bumps on its road to mainstream popularity.