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AT&T GoPhone - Motorola Moto E with 8GB Memory No-Contract Cell Phone $42.99 + Free shipping

koriling 384 145 November 30, 2015 at 10:44 PM in Smartphones (5) More Best Buy Deals
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Last Edited by Shorted March 30, 2016 at 06:39 PM
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Features:
Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Processor
Android 5.0 Lollipop OS
4G LTE speed
4.5" LCD touch-screen display
5.0MP rear-facing camera
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do you know if this works on Tmobile LTE?
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can this be used with republic wireless
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Quote from exekiel23 View Post :
do you know if this works on Tmobile LTE?
yes, it will.

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can this be used with republic wireless
no, it can't .
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Should work great with Cricket out of the box without needing an unlock.
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People can thumb it down because the Verizon version was cheaper, but I'm using it now and I still say its a good price.
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anyone figure out how to install the case that comes with it? maybe have to remove the plastic trim on the phone.
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anyone figure out how to install the case that comes with it? maybe have to remove the plastic trim on the phone.
Exactly.
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guys help me with a some questions please. I think bb had same model from another carrier but diff price. Why the price difference ? Also I am looking at this phone as a play phone for the kids to jump on the house wi-fi internet. is there a way to use it without buying pre-paid minutes..any guidance...need a decent phone like this ....reasonable price, reasonable model...etc. thanks.
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guys help me with a some questions please. I think bb had same model from another carrier but diff price. Why the price difference ? Also I am looking at this phone as a play phone for the kids to jump on the house wi-fi internet. is there a way to use it without buying pre-paid minutes..any guidance...need a decent phone like this ....reasonable price, reasonable model...etc. thanks.
GSM carrier phones are usually more expensive because they're more versatile.
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guys help me with a some questions please. I think bb had same model from another carrier but diff price. Why the price difference ? Also I am looking at this phone as a play phone for the kids to jump on the house wi-fi internet. is there a way to use it without buying pre-paid minutes..any guidance...need a decent phone like this ....reasonable price, reasonable model...etc. thanks.
The Verizon version was $10, but the deal is long gone. Just about any pre-paid phone should work fine for home use on the WiFi network. You might want to look at something like the ZTE Maven for $20. If you have kids that want to load up their devices with a lot of games, they might run out of space with the 8GB phones.
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Quote from AngelaS9103 View Post :
guys help me with a some questions please. I think bb had same model from another carrier but diff price. Why the price difference ? Also I am looking at this phone as a play phone for the kids to jump on the house wi-fi internet. is there a way to use it without buying pre-paid minutes..any guidance...need a decent phone like this ....reasonable price, reasonable model...etc. thanks.
If you just want a Wi-Fi device, don't activate it. you won't have to but anything, if it is similar to the Verizon one. I am just using it for wifi while I teach my dad to use a smart phone.
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If you just want a Wi-Fi device, don't activate it. you won't have to but anything, if it is similar to the Verizon one. I am just using it for wifi while I teach my dad to use a smart phone.

thank you..trying to keep an eye out for a decent deal before 25th
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The Verizon version was $10, but the deal is long gone. Just about any pre-paid phone should work fine for home use on the WiFi network. You might want to look at something like the ZTE Maven for $20. If you have kids that want to load up their devices with a lot of games, they might run out of space with the 8GB phones.
It have microSD support so you can move the games to SDcard. However, not all games allow that.
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It have microSD support so you can move the games to SDcard. However, not all games allow that.

This ATT one does?? The Verizon one doesn't.
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