The Moto G officially launched as a prepaid handset on Verizon Wireless today. The device costs $99 without contract, which is about $80 cheaper than what Verizon sells the unlocked Global GSM and U.S. GSM models for. Of course, you’re going to be locked on Verizon’s 3G network, which isn’t nearly as fast as the 3G networks offered by AT&T and T-Mobile in a lot of cases.
$99 is still a steal though, especially if you just need a second handset to keep for emergencies in the car, or if you’re buying a phone for a first time user, like a grandparent or a child. That’s not to say it still isn’t a fantastic device: you’ll get Android 4.4 KitKat soon, it has a great build and sports a 720p screen, which is almost unheard of in phones at this price point.
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