Moto G arrives at Verizon on January 9 priced at $99.99 sans contract

If you love how affordable the Moto G is, get ready for it to become even cheaper. Hard to believe, but this apparently is going to happen in just a few days.

Verizon will start selling the handset on January 9, without any contract commitments or the likes – it will be aimed at customers using prepaid packages from the carrier. The Moto G will be priced at $99.99.

No mistake there. Now read that again. $99.99 contract-free for a device that has incredibly decent specs and is sure to get software updates pretty quick (the update to Android 4.4 KitKat is already rolling out in the US).

Verizon Moto G price

The price comes by way of a leaked image showing the Moto G packaging in a store, ready for customers. As you can see, there’s no ordinary box here – but for the price, we can forgive the all-plastic wrapping. A similar image (without the price) is also making the rounds on the Internet coming from a Best Buy employee, so this is almost certainly legit.

Furthermore, according to a leaked internal memo from Best Buy (seen below), that particular retailer will start selling the Moto G for Verizon on January 9.


So there you have it. A very cheap smartphone getting even cheaper, no strings attached (well, except for the fact that you’ll probably only be able to use it with a Verizon prepaid plan).

Via Android Police and Droid Life

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • bibleverse1

    This might be my next device