Moto G as feature phone?
This might sound like a strange question, but does anyone know if you can use the Moto G without a data plan (i.e. just phone and texting over cell networks, with data from Wi-Fi only)?
I have a parent who would really benefit from a phone like this with Big Launcher and the Google-powered voice typing, but doesn't need email or the web when out and about (if at all from a mobile device).
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- 12-14-2013, 03:16 PM #2
- 12-14-2013, 03:23 PM #3
Re: Moto G as feature phone?
Also, only if they don't know what the Moto G is. If it isn't in their database (or whatever) you might be able to get feature phone type plans. But if they have it listed, it's as a smartphone and they always require you get a data plan, unfortunately.
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