The second development is a confirmation from the L.A. Times that the Motorola Moto G will be priced at $99.99. That is off-contract, folks. Put down your pen. For that price, you are not beholden to Verizon. Not for two years. Not for one year. Not even for one day. Although to be fair, you will need Verizon's network to use the phone, but you won't need to sign a contract to get that great price for the device. And don't forget, this unit will have the chocolatey goodness of KitKat already pre-installed right out of the box. And there is some customization with this phone. The rear cover can be removed (although the 2070mAh battery is not removable) and exchanged for a cover of a different color.
Thinking about making the Motorola Moto G your next phone purchase? Then you should check out our review of the device, which you can get to by clicking on this link.
Leaked Verizon memo reveals January 9th release date for the Motorola Moto G
source: LATimes, DroidLife via AndroidCentral