Does anyone use Republic Wireless? (RepublicWireless.com
I have been using a Defy XT through them for a while now, and have been pretty content with them. With the Defy it's only been 19/month, but the Moto X plan for me is $25 for everything.
SO my question/discussion is, does anyone use Republic Wireless or use a Moto X? I just ordered mine from them. I know the SG4 and the HTC One perform better in a straight line, just performance- but a lot of reviews say the X is an all around better performer.
It makes sense, a phone designed to be truly used for every day life rather than just putting a giant processor in and that being that. Not saying a big processor is bad, rather why use it when one rarely needs it? Kind of like why I got the 3.7 instead of the 5.0- I could never even convince myself I would need 400 horsepower, 300 does just fine- I will use the mileage every day, all the time. Why get a quad core giant power plant when I won't be editing photo/video or doing 5 tasks all at once on the device at the same time- when it works so well to do the daily functions, and still is great with web browsing and the usual internet stuff.
I am not all hopped up on the Moto X, I am interested in learning how/why it is good, bad, ugly, or experience with the company. I have had no issues, but that's me.
If anyone is on the fence, or is considering them, make sure you do take advantage of the $19 credit on your bill- I get the same credit on my bill, too.
Referral link for both of us to get the $19 credit: Refer a friend!
If you do want to sign up, and not get the credit, just don't click on that lol.
These two articles are what I am talking about with the Moto X:
Moto X better than SGS4?
What do you think?