The budget Android device, Motorola Moto G is now available from Verizon officially. Earlier, we did see Best Buy selling the Moto G from Verizon for $99. Verizon later confirmed that the device will be up for sale on their website for the same price. Today, Verizon has started selling the device on their website officially,
No signed contract is required to purchase the device from Verizon, however the device will run only on Verizon’s prepaid network which means that you can enjoy 3G connectivity but not 4G LTE. The GSM version is available for $179 should you require a HSPA+ network.
A 4.5-inch display protected by Gorilla Glass, powered with a quad-core processor and 1 GB RAM with Android 4.4 KitKat makes this device worth more than it is priced at and much better than any Lumias out there which come with 512 MB RAM for the same price.
You can purchase a prepaid plan from Verizon which costs you $60/month and gives unlimited calling and messaging with 2GB of data. A $10 addition to this ups the data limit to 4 GB.
via Verizon Wireless