If you like cheap wireless service, you don’t mind Sprint’s network, and you’re looking for a good deal on a year-old smartphone, then look no further. (That’s a lot of ifs – I know – but this deal is actually pretty decent.)
Right now, Republic Wireless is offering potential customers a free Google Chromecast if they purchase a new Motorola Moto X smartphone online. The prepaid carrier, which focuses on WiFi calling but uses Sprint’s network as a backup, sells the Moto X in black or white for $299.99, which is already a rock-bottom low price. So the fact that it’s throwing in a free Chromecast, which normally retails for $35, just sweetens the pot even more.
Unfortunately, customers can’t purchase the Moto X through the Moto Maker website and qualify for the deal; instead, you’d have to get the phone directly from Republic Wireless.
The offer is limited to four per customer, and while there’s no specific end date for the offer, it’s only while supplies last – so depending on the demand, that might not be for very long.
Anyone planning on picking one of these up with this deal?[Republic Wireless via Android Central]