If you were less than impressed with Verizon’s announcement of the Moto G this morning, maybe Boost Mobile’s will be more for you. One of the largest pre-paid carriers in the country that runs off of Sprint’s network, announced today that Motorola’s low-cost phone will be coming to its network for $129.99 with no annual contract.
Boost is hoping to entice consumers over to its network by offering the Moto G on its $55 Monthly Unlimited plan which has no contract attached. This plan also rewards people who make their payments on time, your monthly costs drop $5 per month each time you make six payments on time. You can end up with a Moto G and a monthly payment as low as $40 if you keep up on your payments.
The Moto G will be available through Boost’s online website starting Tuesday, Jan. 14 and in select stores around the country starting Jan. 20. Any readers looking at taking up Boost Mobile to carry their Moto G?