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sovashadow wrote:Thank you for your post. If anyone were limited by their cell carrier to strictly their native country, especially if one is on CDMA in the US, I could see this as a decent deal. The only thing I question is when does the free 1GB expire? That would ultimately depend on if this is a great deal or not. Worst scenario if the data would expire within 30 days of recieving the device, you could buy it right before the trip and not worry about it expiring. Best case it expires in a year and you just prepaid pretty decent coverage wherever abroad.
Isamorph wrote: Is this a good deal? Hot spot with cloud sim and dual sim slots--and unlocked.
The 1GB expires one year from when one starts using he data, according to the Amazon reviews an Q&A sites. After that, there are various plans one can buy from 30 days to one year. Someone mentioned it uses AT&T in USA.
als wrote: Any thoughts on unlocked Moto g 4 32gb available from Motorola for $ 129.99.
Is it a good phone at a good price?
Is there anything better out there unlocked out of the box on all four carriers ready to use? new or used ?
Well, I can only speak for myself, but I haven't had any problems with my phone (no crashing, freezing, or slowing down except for throttled data, which isn't the phone's fault) for almost 18 months. And like you, I don't need the latest OS as long as what's on the phone is working. So far, so good for almost 18 months!
als wrote: Regarding no more updates, I stuck with xp till last year, nothing wrong with an operating system that just works.
Is that the case for the moto g4?
@Logan, pardon this "tech rookie" question, but are you referring to when Lenovo (Motorola's parent company) stops providing updates for this phone, or should I be worried that the updates they've already installed might someday go "kaput"?
Logan wrote: The main downside of a phone that has been around for almost 2 years would be when would be the end of life for updates.