(Posts: 459; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)
Here's hoping this one isn't overpriced!
(Posts: 1402; Member since: 19 Nov 2012)
Hope it will be distributed worldwide...
(Posts: 2; Member since: 24 Sep 2013)
I could not care less whether it has swappable colored backplates, as long as there's a swappable battery underneath. The Moto X's glued-in battery is its fatal flaw.
(Posts: 3; Member since: 28 Dec 2013)
I switched to Republic Wireless a few months back from Verizon. They were killing me with the monthly charges. Around $120 a month. Verizon does have the best 4G coverage. I won’t deny that. I got the Republic plan for $25 a month. Unlimited calls, text and data with 3G. I dont have the 4G on my plan. It takes a few seconds longer for the internet to load compared to Verizon. But for $100 a month savings its well worth it. If you get the 4G with Republic remember you might not have use of it except in large cities. Im completely happy with the plan I have. I have no dropped calls. The switch from wifi to Sprint 3G is seamless. Those commercials for Verizon that show the map show the 4G map coverage only and 3G is pretty much everywhere so their ads are really misleading. It works great. Get the Moto X phone and not the Defy (it sucks). The Moto X rocks. Yes, you will have to pay $299 for the phone upfront but it pays for itself in a few months. Do the math and figure out your yearly cost compared with your current plan. Even if you have to pay an early termination fee it will save you money over the next year or two. I have a link that you can use to save $19 for the first month. Yes, it helps me with my bill too when you do. I won’t lie. For Christmas bonus my boss decided to let most of us go and I am unemployed. If you don’t like Republic, there is no contract. Just switch back. It is a great company.
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Leaked photo shows Republic Wireless will offer Motorola DVX with October release date