When the Motorola Moto G first launched, there’s denying the little Android was quite the value. Offering a good enough amount of specs for the cheap off-contract price of $180, it’s no wonder many Android fans picked one up without thinking twice. The best part about the device is we saw it appear on pre-paid services like Verizon — offered completely off-contract — at an even deeper discounted $100.
Today, the Moto G arrives on US Cellular and like its Verizon cousin, the best budget Android you can buy will only set you back a measly $100, sans the contract (that’s almost half-off). The deal is only good when paired with one of US Cellular’s off-contract plans, like their new 500MB unlimited plan for $50. Coupled with the low-priced Moto G, that’s a pretty good deal for mild data munchers.
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