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Moto E coming to Republic Wireless, just $99
When it comes to saving money while still getting an excellent mobile experience, Republic Wireless and Motorola seem to make a pretty good match.
With RW, you can get Wi-Fi only calling and texting service for as little as $5, or for just $10 there’s unlimited talk and text using a combination of cellular and wi-fi. There’s also plans that include unlimited 3G data ($25 monthly) and unlimited 4G ($40 a month). And with Motorola, you get excellent Android experiences at price tags that won’t break the bank.
While Republic Wireless already carries the original Moto X for $299 and the original Moto G for $149, now they’re giving us an even cheaper option with the Moto E, which will set consumers back $99 when it launches to the MVNO next month. For those keeping score, this Sprint-based CDMA model is $30 cheaper than the unlocked GSM version, though it’s still powered by the same dual-core Snapdragon 200 with 1GB RAM, 4GB storage, microSD, a 5MP camera and a 4.3-inch display with a resolution of 960 x 540.
For more details on what to expect from the Moto E, be sure to check out our full review:
What do you think, worth picking the Moto E up when it arrives to Republic Wireless, or are most consumers better off spending a bit more and getting the Moto G instead?