How Well Do You Know Republic?

We’ve put together a short quiz to wrap up an awesome 2017. We hope you enjoy the trivia and learn something new about us. You’ll find the answer key at the bottom of this page. This quiz is just for fun, so no need to skip ahead for the answers!

What was Republic’s most sold device of 2017?

What US state has the largest concentration of Republic members?

How many texts did the average Republic member send in 2017?

What was the name of Republic's biggest sweepstakes in 2017?

What percentage of new Republic members report joining after hearing about Republic from a friend?

What new services did we announce in 2017?

How old is Republic Wireless?

Answer Key:

1 –  The Moto E4 was our top selling phone of 2017, accounting for 18% of all phone purchases. Following closely were the Moto G4 and the G5.
2 – California. Almost 8% of our members reside in the Golden State. The next most member-populated states are North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
3 – The average Republic member sent 7,245 texts in 2017. In aggregate, however, billions of text messages were sent by our platform in 2017.
4 – The Life Over Likes sweepstakes ran from November to December of 2017, and awarded 3 lucky winners $10,000 toward the vacation of a lifetime.
5 -53% of new members report joining Republic after hearing about it from a friend. Thanks for spreading the word!
6 – In 2017 we announced two new services we’re looking forward to bring you this year. There’s Relay a screen-free LTE & WiFi powered walkie-talkie aimed at keeping kids connected and safe, and Anywhere our messaging client that you can use on Android, iOS, Windows PC, and Mac.
7 – We’re 6 years old! Although we’ve only been separated from our parent company Bandwidth for 1 year, we’ve been providing cell service for 6 whole years.

 

 

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  1. beachb says:

    I guessed Texas, but almost picked California. I also didn’t get the sweepstakes question right. The E4 was an easy guess, as was the age of the company. Actually, I think the company is more than 6 years old. I think the beta program ended 6 years ago, didn’t it?

  2. drm186 says:

    beta ended in October 2013 with the Moto X 1st Gen (aka Moto X 2013) which means non-beta Republic is just over 4 years (first beta was late 2011)

  3. For what period of time? From day ore, a particular date range or a year such as 2017?

    Congratulations to those who combined were able to beat RW’s own marketing and having the fortitude to get others to sign up with RW.

    Most people that I’ve told about about RW benefits are resistant to change (lazy?) even with the easy transition and likely saving money or they believe there must be a catch. Without bugging friends or family it’s tough to get results of a recommendation for change from those not looking for change.

    Being enthusiastic about RW’s benefits for many phone users I’d love to have a part-time cottage store or other way to find those interested in a change. It may be worthwhile for RW to consider a step beyond the previous referral programs for fanboys to grow the RW business such as passing along a small income to some individuals in a position to do so… Affiliate/Influencer program may still do this for other businesses to promote the service.

  4. For what period of time? From day ore, a particular date range or a year such as 2017?

    This metric is from 2017! We’re thrilled to have our members share our service with their friends and family. We have an Affiliate program that you have to apply for

  5. shannono,

    Thanks for the 2017 info. We must be getting many very satisfied new members passing the word on.

    I have looked at the Affiliate Program before. It’s exclusive to those those with web oriented businesses. Assume the banner ads we may see on other sites are generated by the program. My earlier thought was for RW to look at other non connected balanced life methods to grow the business.

    Step 2 from graphic in your link:

    CHOOSE
    your marketing
    links and banners

  6. Didn’t RW start up in NC, either in Raleigh or Morrisville? One reason I joined is because I met some RC engineers at a talk at NC State Engineering School and got a card. I thought I’d have a way to contact support. It’s still pretty inconvenient, but I still love RW.

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