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Republic Wireless' New Promotion Lets You Get Moto E4 + Freebies for Only $99

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Lenovo's new Moto E4 is a mid-priced smartphone that already includes a fingerprint scanner and NFC. For a phone priced at $129, it's not too bad.
But if you're looking to save more money when you buy the Moto E4, Republic Wireless has something for you. 

The T-Mobile and Sprint MVNO has announced that they will be launching a Back to School Bundle for only $99. This bundle includes the Moto E4, an Incipio NGP Advanced case ($20 value), and one month of service for free ($20 value).

Other than a fingerprint scanner and NFC, the Moto E4 comes with a 5-inch HD display with 720x1280 resolution. Powering the phone from within is a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 processor with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of onboard storage, and up to 128GB memory expansion through a microSD card. Camera-wise, the Moto E4 includes an 8-megapixel main camera on the back, 1080p HD video recording, and a 5-megapixel camera in front. The phone also has a 2,800mAh Li-Ion removable battery. Upon release, this splash resistant device runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat and comes in Black or Gold color options.   

If you opt to purchase the phone separately, you would have to pay $129 for it. Adding the case and the one month Republic Wireless service to the bill, you would have to pay $169 for these three things. So if you were already considering getting the Moto E4 and a no-contract plan, you can save up to $70 with Republic Wireless' Back to School Bundle offer. The plan that the MVNO included in this bundle is inclusive of unlimited talk, text, and 1GB of cell data.

The Back to School Bundle promotion runs from July 31 through August 6th. If you're interested in taking up this promotion, you can visit their website for more information.
Update Dennis: The Moto E4 does not have NFC.

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  1. Are you sure about the Moto E4 having NFC? The US versions of the E4 and E4 plus do not have NFC capabilities per Motorola's website. The European versions do have NFC capabilities IIRC.

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  2. + tax and shipping.

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  3. When I checked out this around July it was about $120 delivered (w/shipping and tax).

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  4. No case included in previous promo.

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  5. No nfc please update your post

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  6. Is this phone the unlocked version of universal carrier Moto E4 XT1768 with the Repulic Wirless app and Republic Wirless sim card installed ?

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  7. Not a bad price for the E4, and the case adds value. The rw free month? not so much.

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  8. Best Buy will usually price match the Amazon $99.99 branded version which is a better deal. (Depends on store, some may refuse because Amazon version is for Prime members and has ads on it, whereas Best Buy version is unrestricted).

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  9. I'm waiting for republic to go belly up

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    1. Curious - what happens then?

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    2. What happens? Easy. They give 3 days notice and take your phone number and what's left of your months payment into Oblivion. Like any MVNO.

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  10. This might be worth a news item: malicious spyware company Blu booted from Amazon:

    http://www.appy-geek.com/Web/ArticleWeb.aspx?regionid=1&articleid=107218998&source=drive

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    1. Nothing of value was lost.

      And let's be honest, we all knew this was coming.

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    2. LOL, Blu is not a spyware company. They can't afford to have Foxconn make their phones, so they use cheap mainland Chinese factories that sneak spyware onto the phones. Sucks for them.

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  11. The whole WI-Fi first idea didnt go very far, did it?

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    1. It was a bad idea to begin with.

      Sure, carriers should offer a reliable VoIP app for use over your own private wifi network, one which works over their network regardless of device or if you're on an MVNO (e.g. Hangouts), which would reduce costs all around.

      But I'd never trust a carrier that forces you onto anyone else's equipment.

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  12. It was crazy, my sister tried the service for about 4 months but couldn't deal with the dropped calls and poor handover. I never even tried to attempt it myself. You are right, one shouldnt have to buy special hardware like they used to have people do. I think the new Tmobile based phones are much better than the ones they offered at some point.

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  13. 08-17-2017 promo over. Phone alone is now $99+ tax and shipping - $119 for me.

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