Moto G arriving on Boost Mobile January 14th for $130, available now from HSN for $100

Boost Mobile Moto G

Earlier today we saw the Motorola Moto G made official for Verizon Wireless prepaid, coming in at only $100. Now pay-as-you-go MVNO Boost Mobile is also jumping on the handset, offering the Moto G for $130 come January 14th (retail stores on 1/20).

For those that don’t feel like waiting, you can snag the handset right now through the Home Shopping Network, who’s even offering the G with a $30 mail-in-rebate. That’s basically $100 for a fully capable Android device, running on Sprint’s network. Not too shabby.

[Boost Mobile | HSN]

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TAGS: Boost Mobile , Motorola Moto G

  • Phaz0n

    This phone is set to take over the world.

    • KingofPing

      Can you imagine the sales of this thing if it had LTE?

      Good lord…

      Still thinking of picking one up for my son….

      • Chris Chavez

        I think it was strategically left out by Motorola more to avoid cannibalizing Moto X sales from the Moto X, than a cost cutting measure.

    • Chris Chavez

      It’s the Nexus 4 reincarnated.

      • a)

        There’s too much win in this comment! XD

  • toomuchgame441

    sheesh… why am I seeing this puny device everywhere online?… funny tho, haven’t seen this or the Moto X in any ones hands since launch.

  • Bill Kendrick

    Being locked into CDMA carriers, I have no use for this phone.

    • dreadnatty08

      They do sell a GSM version. Still don’t understand the hate on CDMA, I’ve managed to live my life tied to it for over a decade now and still okay.

      • Bill Kendrick

        Yes, but the GSM versions is $180.00. It’s not that we hate CDMA technology. Well, I don’t. I just hate most of the CDMA carriers here in the US. Most of them wont let you activate a phone from another company on their network. It doesn’t matter if the phone is prepay, off-contract or “unlocked”. They simply refuse to activate it because they want you to buy a new phone and/or sign up for a 2 year contract. Thus, when I upgrade my phone or switch providers, my old phone is worth much less than a GSM equivalent. Putting artificial/carrier restrictions on CDMA phones causes the resale value to drop because it’s locked to a specific carrier (for the most part).

  • DrHoo

    Just outta curiosity, is this the 8GB variant, or 16GB….my guess is going from the price…’s a 8GB variant.
    I personally don’t mind the fact about the 3g only, but then again I guess I’ve never been a big huge user of 4g, so it’s not an issue for me.
    The 8GB storage is however a deal breaker for me.

    • josuearisty

      It should be the 8gb variant but maybe there should be a 16 variant coming in days.

  • androidscales

    One of the best phone you can get global gsm unlocked from amazon or Motorola site for $189 . phone build is rock solid excellent antenna. it clocks 6-8 mbs on att network. display is gorgeous, comes with stock Android point unlocked