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    Hey sorry probably a stupid question but I'm interested in the Moto g if it is indeed $100 for Verizon brand.

    Does this mean all I do is pay the price and you can activate the phone on my current plan just as if I paid $100 to a friend for a new phone? Your contract plays no role?

    I just don't get why it's so cheap..there has to be a catch?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bballbenb View Post
    Hey sorry probably a stupid question but I'm interested in the Moto g if it is indeed $100 for Verizon brand.

    Does this mean all I do is pay the price and you can activate the phone on my current plan just as if I paid $100 to a friend for a new phone? Your contract plays no role?

    I just don't get why it's so cheap..there has to be a catch?!
    From what I understand, the phone needs to be activated on a prepaid line for six months before Verizon will allow it on a post-paid line.
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    Default Re: Moto G contract?

    wondering if you can activate this phone on straight talk. If so, it should be a winner.
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    The Phone will most likely have a Verizon ROM on it, so I doubt it. And the Moto G for VZW pre-paid is super cheap because pre paid is a cash cow for the carriers, and yes, you would have to have the phone active on a pre-paid account for 6 Months prior to switching it to your Post-Paid plan. Much cheaper to just buy it from moto full price.

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