Republic Wireless Stories July 28, 2016



When you’re looking for a cheap wireless plan, Republic Wireless is one of the least expensive by far, offering plans for as little as $15 a month. Sadly however the selection of smartphones has always been pretty limited, until today…

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Republic Wireless Stories November 26, 2014



Republic Wireless announced today that it will begin selling the 2014 Moto X on Wednesday, December 10th. As seen with other retail outlets, the “hybrid calling” service will support device customization via the Moto Maker. Republic Wireless will offer the 16GB variant of the second-generation Moto X for $399, which is about $100 under the handset’s regular off-contract price.

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Republic Wireless Stories September 17, 2014


Moto-E-BlackWiFi home calling company Republic Wireless announced today that it will soon offer Motorola’s low-priced Moto E off-contract for $99. The handset is set to go on sale today and ship sometime next month. If you’re unfamiliar with this budget-friendly device, Motorola’s everyman smartphone is equipped with a 4.3-inch qHD display, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and Android 4.4 KitKat.

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Republic Wireless Stories July 22, 2014



Republic Wireless’ big pitch has been dumping your home phone and wireless plans in favor of its hybrid calling services that blends WiFi and on the go carrier calling powered by Sprint’s network. Now, the company is going after your local cable company, well sort of. Today, Republic Wireless announced a new promotion that bundles a Google Chromecast with the purchase of a new Moto X.

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Republic Wireless Stories April 22, 2014

Republic Wireless’ Moto X receiving KitKat today

If you happened to pick up a Moto X from the Sprint-fueled MVNO Republic Wireless, your device’s Android 4.4.2 update is rolling out today. Members of the carrier’s forums have confirmed that the 349.3MB update is in the wild and that it includes a new dialer and an updated Hangouts app — not the new one though. The software push appears to be over-the-air, but trying to manually update your device through its settings menu probably won’t hurt.

If you happen to pull down this new OS, be sure to let us know how it’s treating you and your Moto X.

Republic Wireless Stories April 17, 2014



The 8GB variant of the Moto G is now available to buy from Republic Wireless for $149 without a contract. The North Carolina-based MVNO’s “hybrid calling” service is a mashup of VOIP calls via WiFi and roaming powered by Sprint’s CDMA network. If 8GB of storage isn’t enough to support your arsenal of apps, the carrier is also pushing the 16GB Moto G for an additional $30.

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Republic Wireless Stories March 13, 2014


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Prepaid carrier Republic Wireless has announced that it will carry the Moto G starting in April. The phone will be available in both 8 GB and 16 GB models, available for $149 and $179, respectively.

Republic Wireless plans start at $25 per month for unlimited talk, text, and 3G data. The carrier also offers a $10 plan that allows unlimited calling, texting, and data usage over Wi-Fi paired with unlimited calling and texting over a cellular connection (but no 3G data).

The Moto G, which was deemed “the Google Global game changer” by 9to5Google‘s own Seth Weintraub, comes with a 4.5″ display, a 5 MP rear camera, 1.3 MP front camera, 1 GB of RAM, 50 GB of Google Drive space for two years, and Android 4.4 KitKat.

You can sign up for more information about the phone’s release date through the Republic Wireless site.

Republic Wireless Stories November 12, 2013


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Update: Republic Wireless now has the Moto X available on their website for purchase beginning this morning, November 14th. 

Republic Wireless is making good on their promise to release the Moto X to the public in November with the expected to hit shelves this week according to a Mashable report. The device will retail at $299 from the Republic Wireless store and features all the tricks we’ve come to expect from Motorola’s first true “Google” smartphone.

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Republic Wireless Stories September 19, 2013



Normally available for around $600 unsubsidized, Republic Wireless announced today that it will soon begin offering the Moto for just $299. That’s the carrier’s no contract price and just $100 more than most carriers are charging for the device on the usual two-year contract:

The Moto X will retail at $299 (plus taxes and surcharges) from the Republic Wireless store. That’s right – we took the hot, new Moto X, added Republic’s great Hybrid service and priced it at $299 with no contract required. That’s a price that’s, like, impossible to match anywhere in the industry. How did we do it? The phone is $299 because we are footing the bill.  Period.  This is NOT a $299 phone.   Take a quick look around the web and look at “no contract” pricing for the Moto X.

The device will be available on two of the carrier unlimited plans that start at just $5 a month, but customers will have the following plans to choose from: expand full story

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