Announcing Moto E (2nd Gen.): Beautifully Simple at a Sensible Price

Last year, we introduced the Moto E and fulfilled our goal to offer not just an affordable phone, but one with more features and capabilities without compromise for our members. We wanted a phone that was great for kids or other folks in the family as their first smartphone. A phone that could act as a great home phone replacement with our $5/month plan. Our members loved the Moto E and we quickly sold out. Now, meet the Moto E’s big brother, the Moto E (2nd Gen.) with 4G LTE, available today at Republic Wireless.

Moto E (2nd Gen.) with 4G LTE is charged up to help you share, explore, and connect more while still remaining at a sensible price at just $129.  Enjoy all the great new, easy to use features of Android™ Lollipop® 5.1 in a bold and colorful experience. Do more, faster with a quad-core processor. Go all day with a long-last battery. And, see it all on a 4.5” water-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass qHD screen – the sharpest in its class.

Faraday_Social1Do more with Moto E (2nd Gen.) on Republic…
All Moto E (2nd Gen.) phones sold at Republic are 4G LTE capable, and with our new Republic Refund™ Plan, all come 4G ready. We also add the extra power of WiFi for talk, texts, and getting paid back too, so you can stay better connected with a custom plan that’s the right fit for you. Moto E (2nd Gen.) with Republic service provides budget-conscious folks a no compromise smartphone experience.

Still need more?
Moto E (2nd Gen.) also comes with 8GB of storage, with a slot for an optional microSD card that recognizes up to 32GB – plenty of room for all your music and pictures.

You can also move over all of your contacts from an iPhone or other Android device in mere minutes with Moto Migrate. Accessorize your Moto E (2nd Gen.) with Removable Motorola Bands in an assortment of beautiful colors to really make it yours.

Get your Moto E (2nd Gen.) today for $129 at Republic. Or, for more information, check out our Overview.

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  • Paul Russell

    Super tempting. I bought the 1st gen Motorola Moto E soon after it came out on Republic Wireless and its great. As well as calls & texts, I use it to play music, both streaming & local MP3s, watching YouTube videos & browsing the web and it performs great. However, one main gripe is the 4GB, of which only half is user accessable, of internal storage, which is just too damn small. While the improved processor does have it appeal, the main pull of the 2nd Gen Moto E is this larger internal storage