Boost Mobile launches Moto G with NextRadio for $130


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Boost Mobile is the next US carrier to launch the extremely affordable Moto G. The Sprint-backed prepaid carrier will offer it for just a meager $130, giving you a quad-core 4.5-inch 720p handset that will be among the first to be upgraded to Android 4.4 KitKat (Boost says as early as February).

Boost Mobile’s version is just about the same as everyone else’s, though the carrier is touting their NextRadio service that uses an FM radio to allow you to listen to local tunes, talk and sports radio. You’ll also be treated to 50GB of free Google Drive storage for at least two years, giving you more than enough storage you need for all your important documents and files.

Those interested in buying the device can grab it starting today from Boost Mobile’s website, though you’ll be waiting until January 20th if you want to grab it in-store. Check it out by heading there now.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Bought this for a friend a couple weeks ago off of HSN came with a 50 $ mail in rebate a pouch and a mobile car charger soooo i’d have to say at 79,99 after rebate -5 for the pouch and 5 for the car charger , best 70 $ i ever spent…top that with KitKat i think you would be hard pressed to find a deal like that anywhere……..OH don’t forget about your Meenova to take care of any storage issues…….

    1. Thanks. Really cool! Meenova!!!

  2. So they make the Moto G in CDMA, now?

    1. Yes, Verizon released theirs last week…

  3. Boost and any motorolla phone = soulmates. If you get my meaning,

  4. A 3g only phone running off sprints network now that is a kind of he’ll I wouldn’t wish upon anyone.

  5. OK this is a definite no no…a great phone like this without LTE… What a travesty.

    1. Not really. You get what you pay for.

      1. Well they have other devices that are cheaper or around the same price with LTE support on boost…

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