U.S. Cellular customers will soon be able to purchase the Moto G directly from the carrier, according to an inventory image acquired by Android Central. The cheap—and excellent—Motorola device is expected to be available off-contract on Feb. 10, though pricing hasn’t been revealed as of yet. You can currently purchase the device for $179 from Motorola (and the Google Play store), or pick it up from Verizon for just $99—perhaps the pricing will closely mirror Verizon’s approach. Either way, you’re getting a terrific off-contract handset for a good price, no matter how you slice it.
Once the Moto G does hit U.S. Cellular, expect it to run Android 4.4 KitKat right out of the box, but otherwise it’ll sport the same specs of existing models, including a 4.5-inch display, wonderful battery, 5-megapixel camera and a quad-core processor. We really enjoyed the Moto G experience for what it is, though admittedly it does have its shortcomings. For the price, though, you really can’t do much better.