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Put that Moto E4 to good use

September 20, 2017 — Nalioth

The Verizon Moto E4 has a fingerprint sensor

Many of you have taken advantage of this great Amazon $40 deal on the new Moto E4. Following are some cellular service providers you can continue to save money with . . .


In no particular order, here are a few GSM providers who are known for their good ( and inexpensive ) service options:

MintSim offers a $15/mo plan that offers unlimited talk, text and data ( 4G speeds for the first 2GB & 2G speeds after that ). At the time of this writing, you have to buy in 3, 6 or 12 month increments to get this service. They are a T-Mobile MVNO.

TPO ( The People's Operator ) Mobile has a $7.99 USD/mo ( with autopay )plan that gives unlimited talk, text & data. The data is limited to 100MB at LTE speeds, then it reverts to unlimited data at 2G speeds. TPO is a T-Mobile MVNO.

U.S. Mobile offrs an "ala carte bucket" cellular pricing plan. Simply put - you're only charged for what you use. They maintain several tiers of service, and you are charged per tier not exceeded. They also don't force any particular service on you. Don't want SMS or data service? Don't put them on your plan. USM charges a $2 USD/mo service fee & is a T-Mobile MVNO.

Red Pocket Wireless offers a yearly bundle for $179. This bundle includes 1000 talk minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB LTE data every month. None of that rolls over, but you can buy more if you run out before your next service month begins. Red Pocket also offers yearly packages with more data. Red Pocket will let you pick your provider, as they are an MVNO for T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint & Verizon.


This photo shows the removeable battery and interior of the Moto G4

Don't miss out on this crazy good deal on a Moto E4

Tags: low-cost-cell-service, Hangouts, Google-Voice, Google-Hangouts, Support-Novarata

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