The Motorola Moto G is now available in the UK, starts at £135
Announcing the Moto G earlier today, the Motorola guys on stage were a bit vague about regional availability - especially when it comes to Europe. We are happy to confirm that the affordable smartphone is now available online and will hit brick-and-mortar stores by the end of the week.
Phones4U officially announced that they already have the Moto G for pre-order online and that their street stores should be fully stocked by Friday, November 15, 2013.
The SIM free smartphone will cost £135 for the 8GB version and £159 for the 16GB one. There is also a slightly subsidized PAYG option, which will go for £119.95 when purchased with £10 airtime.
Currently you can only buy the device on contract with Vodafone, T-Mobile, and Orange at their online stores.
Phone4U are giving away a white back cover with every purchase (stock due to arrive later), but according to UnlockedMobiles.com, who have the phone on pre-order as well, the covers will cost about £10 on their own.
Clove.co.uk also have the handset on pre-order for about the same price as the rest.
- vivek chennai
waiting for its kitkat version to land india sooner...i need it to replace my another moto atrix2...
- 2013-12-26 18:12
this phone would be available in India from early january n the price would be around 14,000.but there is no charger and headset included in the box
- 2013-11-28 16:40
availability this phone in india??any one pls reply
- 2013-11-26 10:01