Use Republic Wireless Plan And Get Refunded For Your Unused Data
Many times it happens that at the end of the month our phone data does not roll over, and we end up regretting losing that extra money. Well, Republic Wireless is such a carrier that comes a great help here. Known for its Wi-Fi plans, this carrier refunds the customers for the unused data.
To get the service of Republic Wireless, first you have to buy a Moto E (second gen) or Moto X (second gen) phone from the carrier. The Moto E phone is packed with 8 GB internal storage, 5 MP camera, 4.5-inch qHD display, android lollipop 5.1 and more. And you will get the Moto E with 16 GB internal memory, 13 MP camera, 3G + 4G LTE data, 5.2-inch AMOLED full HD display, and android lollipop 5.1. You can choose the design of the phone. The Moto E is available for the price of $129 and Moto G for $299. What’s more one can expect in such a price range.
Choose a plan that fits your needs
The next step is to choose a monthly plan that suits you the best and enjoy the unlimited texting, chatting and internet surfing. Republic Refund Base plan is $10, which covers unlimited texts and calls on cellular. If you want 0.5 GB of cellular data, just pay $7.50. So, the monthly charge is only $17.5 and according to Republic Wireless, its average users use 0.33 GB cellular data, so their expenditure is $14.78 per month and the extra amount they get refunded.
In case you need any additional data for a month, you will have to pay $15 per GB and if any data left at the end of the month, it will be converted to a Republic Refund and applied to your next month’s bill.
Track data usage
Use the Republic app and track your data usage. Open the Cell Usage section and see info about the data usage. And the Wifi Usage section allows the users to check info about the data usage when connected to the Wifi.
The no-contract Moto E and Moto G from Republic Wireless use Wi-Fi as the primary network for unlimited text, calls and data in office, home or anywhere. However, if there is no Wi-Fi, then the Republic smartphones automatically switch to cellular data to keep you stay connected.