1. terryh215's Avatar
    I have the Nexus 5 from Sprint but I don't like their service or how they have treated me. Can't really go contract with Verizon so I was thinking going Prepaid. Are there any significant differences between either since they offer 4G on prepaid now? Was thinking of buying the Moto X from Motorola and activating it on prepaid. Or should I wait till AT&T switches the Alltel tower over in the next few months?

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    08-03-2014 09:45 AM
  2. borgdog's Avatar
    I am kind of interested in this as well, am currently on Verizon, bill is $125 a month for 2 phones, could get by on base $45 plan on both without too much trouble, add taxes and I'm sure I would save at least $20 if not $25 a month, and have an easy option to add bridge data for the rare time I use it. My only question is is there any roaming differences that might catch me? How about going to Canada which I will be doing next summer. Anyone on Verizon prepaid I would like your experiences. Beyond having to buy a phone outright (swappa.com is my friend) what are the drawbacks?

    08-12-2014 09:30 PM
  3. dpham00's Avatar
    The nexus 5 won't work on verizon. If you get the Moto X, be sure to get the Verizon variant.

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    08-13-2014 11:39 AM

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