The second generation Moto X is a handset that’s seeing plenty of presence on several different carriers, and that extends now to Republic Wireless.
Following in the footsteps of the original Moto X, the Moto G and Moto E, the second generation Moto X will soon launch on the Wi-Fi-enthusiastic Republic ... Read More »
If you’re a Republic Wireless customer, or you’ve been looking to switch, here’s your incentive. The carrier is offering a new deal: with your purchase of a Moto X, you’ll receive a free Chromecast. This will save you $35 on the little streaming dongle, though you’ll have to shell out $299 for the Moto X ... Read More »
Republic Wireless has been around for awhile now in cell phone industry time, trying to make a dent in big carrier policies by offering cheap handsets with even cheaper plans. They’ve yet to see a whole lot of success thus far, but now they’re really upping the ante.
Announced today on their community blog, come ... Read More »
We want to love Republic Wireless, the new cellular company owned by Bandwidth.com that wants to revolutionize a U.S. cellular industry that is in desperate need of a rethinking. Republic Wireless sees the powerful potential of a widespread Wi-Fi network, and assumes people are able to connect to Wi-Fi networks at least 60% of ... Read More »
Looking for the best wireless service deal currently available? We suggest you take a second look at Republic Wireless. We’ve blogged about them a few times, noting that the main drawback to the service provider’s “unlimited” data, sms and calling plan was that it wasn’t a true unlimited service. Republic Wireless had a ... Read More »
It’s been about a month since we’ve mentioned Republic Wireless on Android and Me, when we covered its launch on November 8. Republic Wireless is a new type of cell phone carrier that offers unlimited calls, texts and data for an insanely cheap $19 per month. The $19 per month ... Read More »
Republic Wireless, a division of Bandwidth.com, is finally unleashing their plan to revolutionize the mobile industry this morning. Republic Wireless is attempting to take advantage of Wi-Fi technology, which users are connected to about 60% of the time, to offer an unlimited talk, text, and web service for only $19 per month.
So how does ... Read More »