Motorola Moto G is added to the Consumer Cellular line-up
Today, the carrier added the Motorola Moto G to its line-up, priced at $149.99. Those two brothers who were so amazed with their featurephone in Consumer Cellular's 2012 commercial, would have their minds blown by the quad-core processor and 4.5 inch screen. Even more surprising, did you know that you could buy the Apple iPhone 5s and Apple iPhone 5c from the mobile operator? And no, there is no great bargain here either. The iPhone 5s is $150 down, with 20 installment payments of $25 each due each month. That works out to a price of $650, or $1 more than Apple charges for the phone. The iPhone 5c is $100 down with 18 monthly payments of $25 due, which works out to $550.
6000 voice minutes, 15,000 texts and 2.5GB of data will cost you $90 a month. While Consumer Cellular can handle power users, it is obviously a expensive proposition. The carrier is more suited for the kind of people it features in its ads. For example, 200 minutes of voice with 200 texts and 20MB of data is $12.50 a month. And a cheap flip phone with a 2MP camera and an MP3 player is just $35.
Consumer Cellular also expanded its presence in 750 Sears stores for the third time since the two shook hands on a deal in 2011. Now, Consumer Cellular will have more space inside these Sears locations, with larger banners and more display room to show off a wider selection of smartphones.
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The Motorola Moto G is added to Consumer Cellular's line-up
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1. corporateJP (Posts: 1520; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
LOL...it's despicable to rob the elderly.
$90/month for less than you get on Aio/New Cricket or Straight Talk for half the price?
These people have great flip-phone plans for light users, but they're not smartphone friendly.
That much better...I don't need the headache of my grandma walking around with a Moto G...
3. fzacek (Posts: 1247; Member since: 26 Jan 2014)
Yes, but it'll only cost you like $12.50 for the amount of service that the average elder needs. You can't get that at Aio/New Cricket or Straight Talk...
7. corporateJP (Posts: 1520; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
Exactly what I said, you just didn't see it right.
Consumer Cellular is great for people that DON'T want a smartphone and want low amounts of minutes and text on a feature phone. It is HORRIBLE for somebody who wants a smartphone due to the high price, low amount of data, and hard cap on said data.
4. AJagtiani (Posts: 357; Member since: 24 Apr 2014)
Moto G is an overrated phone. Lumia 630/635 is better.
5. hurrycanger (Posts: 792; Member since: 01 Dec 2013)
Lumia 630/635 is better? Yea.... sure...
6. tech2 (Posts: 1790; Member since: 26 Oct 2012)
Of course 630 is better......
Because it doesn't have a front cam - Who needs a selfie ?
Because it lacks a back camera flash - Get a powerful torch for $10
Because it doesn't have a HD screen - So that you can see and appreciate every pixel
Because it doesn't have a water proof coating - So that you don't use ur phone in toilets.
Because it has a poor app eco-system - So that you concentrate on your work and not get distracted by all the awesome apps on your phone.
8. magnanimus (Posts: 219; Member since: 29 Mar 2013)
Oh come on now. The Moto G doesn't have big quadrilateral icon buttons. Get with the latest trend. :P
10. Totse2k15 (Posts: 214; Member since: 11 Feb 2014)
Will be getting the Boost Moto G this Sat, and flash it to Pageplus in weeks. $99.99 for an overall nice performance/design/KitKat, etc., can't beat that.