By Anton D. Nagy | November 15, 2013 3:08 AM
Now that the Moto G is out, getting a Moto X requires you to think twice; however, if you have to go with the bigger brother — and we understand the reasons behind it, with higher specs and a dedicated co-processor that monitors the environment — and you prefer Republic Wireless, you can now get your own.
The phone itself will set you back just a hair below $300, but you’ll have to select one of the four available plans, ranging from $5, all the way to $40 per month, depending on whether you want WiFi only (with talk, text, and data), or all you can eat with 4G.
If you want to know more about the Moto X, make sure to read and watch our full review of the phone. If you decide to grab a Republic Wireless Moto X, follow the source link below!